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arkham horror encounter dealer
software Posted 2010-06-13 21:28:06 by Jim Crawford
I made an Arkham Horror Encounter Dealer. (Downloadable version.) So if you have space left on your gaming table for a computer after laying out the Arkham Horror board, you're in luck! (Thanks to the Arkham Horror Wiki for providing the card images.)

My initial plan for this was to make a generic card dealer for Arkham Horror, to remove any need to shuffle the umpteen (16+, actually, depending on how many expansions you have) decks of cards needed to play the game. But I'd forgotten, at the time, that for six of the decks, you have to keep cards while continuing to draw others. So this just deals with the other 10+.

Further plans: I'd like to give it a mobile-friendly form factor. Unfortunately I don't have a smartphone to test that with.

Oh, and I should probably also test this by playing the game with it.
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