Crafting “Hoşkin”

Mixing Cards, Codes, and Lots of Coffee

Hey there!

So, I’ve been up to something pretty cool lately, and I thought, why not share it with you all? I’m currently deep into developing this Turkish card game called “Hoşkin.” It’s a bit like juggling with logic, codes, and, of course, an actual deck of cards.

Getting Down with Logic

First off, let me tell you, writing logic for a card game? It’s like solving a puzzle that you’ve never seen before. I spend my days (and let’s be real, nights too) figuring out how to translate the rules and strategy of “Hoşkin” into code that a computer can understand. It’s kind of like teaching a robot to play a game – fun but also a brain teaser!

Why Physical Cards?

Now, you might be wondering, “Why use physical cards in this digital age?” Well, there’s something super cool about shuffling a deck and laying out cards on an actual table. It helps me get into the players’ shoes, you know? Plus, it’s a great excuse to take a break from the screen (my eyes thank me for it!).

Playtesting: The Real Deal

And here’s the best part – playtesting. After scribbling code and talking to myself for hours, I finally get to see how my game plays out in the real world. It’s a mix of nerves and excitement every time I deal the first hand. Sometimes things go just as planned, other times… not so much. But hey, that’s the fun of game development!

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