Based in Quezon City, Philippines
Puti (White) is a cooperative card game where players must escape a haunted house being haunted by a White Lady. The only way out is by a series of clues left to you by the only person who can see the White Lady: a little child. Remember the clues, work together as a team, and escape or be trapped in the house forever!
Puti was conceptualized and designed over many months as a design challenge in which the game had to use card sleeves as a core component. At first, the working title was "Tikbalang": it was supposed to be a game about travellers trying to escape a forest being haunted by a Tikbalang. In the original concept, one of the players was actually the Tikbalang leading the other players astray. However, I couldn't find a good traitor mechanic and the game proved hard enough even if the players worked as a team. I ended up using the White Lady because I wanted it to look like the creepy drawings of little kids (and also because I can't draw).
- Cooperative Horror Card Game
- Innovative gameplay that requires card sleeves to play. (included in the game)
- Art and Graphic design resembles the creepy drawings of children in Horror movies.
- In a part of the game, players need to hold hands and chant to keep the White Lady at bay.
- A 20-minute game for 2-6 players.
- *The game is still under development. The rules and components can be very different in the final game.
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Balangay Entertainment is a tabletop game design group that designs compelling games infused with Philippine culture. Balangay believes in the power of games as an artistic and compelling medium that can entertain as well as drive social and cultural change. They design educational games, Philippine Folklore games, Philippine Popular culture games, and games that are just for fun.
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Nicanor Marco P. Valdez
Game and Graphic Design