Wiki contributions

Adding new games

When adding content, remember that the default license is CC BY-SA. See licensing details.
For info on what we are especially looking for, see library scope.

There are two ways of adding new game to a wiki. The simplest way is to describe it after starting with a title here:

This will be seen in the library as a free-form activity.

If you know your game well and can specify number of players, difficulty and some other information about the game, use this form:

Our library lets users sort well-defined games by a few criteria.

Check the library to see how it is displayed.
If you have problems, contact us with any means you find suitable.

Any thoughts on music games?

Start with the title here:

Your article can be about a term, book, people, a record, or anything you wish. It will start as a draft and as we are a wiki, all the content might be changed in the future by other contributors. You don't need to worry whether your input is perfect, but also it's best not to write very opinionated texts.

To read, head to the glossary or the articles section.

Other contributions

You can contribute also without making new content, but by improving the existing one. Here are some helpful links:

Future development focus / ideas
Serialized content category - "ep"
deck category - for styling inspire or rule card sets
Constraints as separate items ("cue" category)
Crowdsourcing: classify inspire cards as for parameters
Generate different sets of inspire cards
Improved props box in games (tags integration)
Little images for tags (CSS)
Similar games - contextual suggestions - embedded html probably
Personal content category - "blog"?
CSS without colour backgrounds
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