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Our former colleague and a good friend of X-bit labs, Yaroslav Lyssenko, is now working on a new video-game project called Game Master. The title promises to bring a tabletop game experience to almost any kind of computing devices.

Game Master is a game that promises to blend MMORG with tabletop games and online capabilities in a high-quality way. Players take the roles of brave “heroes” and devious “masters” battling it out against each other for Gold and Glory as the world around them evolves and grows.

According to the developers, Game Master is not just a single tabletop game with a single goal, but a new universe. Players will have to search for unique tables with their own game boards spanning across multiple themes will be available to the players. Each one has numerous goals and ways to achieve them all by using game pieces from the vast Game Master collection. Building your own boards is not just easy and intuitive, but is a core part of the Game Master experience with real gameplay rewards for ingenious game masters.

Game Master streamlines table-top adventures and evolves the whole concept by bringing it to mobile devices. It allows to create a very own game in a very own world, something that is not possible nowadays in today’s games.

You can support Yaroslav’s game on Kickstarter here.

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