Jeff did a heck of a job with GURPS and Starmada events. — Steve Cole
Jeff’s blog is one of the best on the web for Car Wars or any other game. — Michael Owen
The apotheosis of this insight. — Brendan
I don’t game much anymore so these are a great way for me to keep up and I appreciate it. — Jimmy Anderson
Understanding the spirit of the rules is absolutely essential, which is another reason why it is such a blast to read this series. Now I can just point at these posts and say, “See?” — Runeslinger
It’s refreshing to read a well-written blog entry… so rare. — mearrin69
Spot on, my friend. Spot. On! — Old School Gamer Dad
A better love story than Twilight. — Micah Blackburn
The dialog is superb. — Jack McDevitt
I’m always fascinated and a little envious when I read something that so clearly explicates a position I agree with and am comfortable with but could never explain as clearly. — The Rhetorical Gamer
Dude, that is a seriously deep-history title that is well worth the time to play. — Sagrilarus
I really enjoy this long running blog. Whether the author is talking about gaming with his children, space combat, or the nature of the game over the years this blog is worth reading. — Charles Akins
An articulate and fascinating look into a budding game designer’s head. — Dr. Lewis Pulsipher
Everything about this is correct. — S. John Ross
Cara realmente que papo furado! — Luciano Bastos
Man, keep blogging this. Best game journalism I’ve read in ages. This latest made me think of Huizigna. — Neal Durando
What I particularly enjoy about his posts is the way he dives deeply into the game mechanical aspects as well as the experience; he represents the perfect blend of SF/F literature and gaming that is of particular interest to a game designer who occasionally dabbles in fiction. — Vox Day
Jeffro’s posts have all been fantastic, BTW. That guy gets gaming, really gets it. I especially appreciated his descriptions of how hard and frustrating it can be. Finding opponents, making deals with friends, desperately trying to get that gaming experience we crave. — Kull
The kind of work you’re doing right now, digging around, is the kind of work that happens in both arbitration cases for credit and for research on beloved movies decades after the fact. — Christopher Kubasik
I mean who died and made him the world’s foremost expert on Leigh Brackett? — Cora Buhlert
Your Appendix N series exposed the myth that everything before now is unworthy of consideration. — Misha Burnett
Rarely, very rarely, in the life of a writer, does he come across a book review by a critic who actually “gets” the point of the book he wrote. — John C. Wright
Jeffro just noticed the custom car wars chits w/names how do you do your designs could you tell me how????
Congrats, you are the first person to notice! I’ll page the person that did it….
I commissioned a graphic artist friend of mine to do them. I just scanned the four classic b/w counter sheets and he did them in Photoshop with layers. My impression is that it isn’t so difficult if you know Photoshop. But there’s certainly a learning curve there– there are some deep features to that software that I find a little bewildering.
One thing I found interesting is how many designs he did that were pretty close to the original colored counters. I guess certain vehicle names evoke a specific aesthetic– the Hotshot flames being one obvious example.
Thanks guys me and my cousin have also tried this with varying degrees of success …..but the one i saw looked like factory with bumped up ghraphics(really sweet) ours had hard lines and took forever to get a sheet made up! lol thx for the info keep up with the best blog about everyones favorite car game!!!!