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How can you make your own card games?

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I thought of a cool card game that I want to start a business. #business-development #games #card-games #product-innovation

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Anthony’s Answer

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Devetra,

Hi! That is so cool! When you have it all put together, i'd love to check it out. Thinking about how to get it made, I would start with patenting your idea or at least checking to see if a patent exists for your game. You can do that here: https://www.uspto.gov/patents-getting-started/general-information-concerning-patents

Beyond that, some other possible avenues to make this happen: First, just make it. You can do this, i'm sure with some time and materials from an arts and crafts store. This is just a prototype. It will give you a better idea of things to consider when you actually make it. Also, you could start a gofundme page or kickstarter page that briefly describes the game, or post a video of people playing it. Maybe put up some images, or prototypes you have in the works. See if you can price how much it would be from print shops to actually make your deck of cards. Get a rough estimate of total cost and then launch your kickstarter.

Hope this helps.

Best,

Anthony
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Peter’s Answer

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Hi Devetra, Congratulations on your great idea! Protecting your idea (intellectual property) is a great first step. Yeah, this may sound like a bureaucratic maze but this is an important step. Next, think about your potential distribution channels for your card game. Most likely you may want to distribute this as a mobile app - for a wider audience reach. The good news is that you don't have to be super-technical to program your card game app. There are many low-code mobile application development platforms that are perfect for novice app developers or non-technical folks:

AppyPie
https://www.appypie.com/

BizNess Apps
https://www.biznessapps.com/

Hope this helps and good luck! I'll be on the look-out for your (awesome) card game.
Peter
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Blake’s Answer

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Hey Devetra,

I think first steps would be to ensure that your idea isn't a card game already. If it's not, then I would work on getting a patent and so on and so forth.

Thanks,
Blake
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