Ethan had the pleasure to run into Christopher Badell of Greater Than Games, publishers of Sentinels of the Multiverse, a cooperative superhero card game at Gen Con 2011. By happenstance, Greater Than Games is currently located right here in Kansas City!
This is the third installment in a series of short interviews from the floor of Gen Con 2011.
About Greater Than Games
Greater Than Games, aka >G, is all about making the games that we have always wanted to play. We love playing games, and we love our ridiculous process of game creation. The most important thing to us is making the sorts of games we want to play available to everyone.
Our first product here at >G is Sentinels of the Multiverse, a cooperative card game in which 3 to 5 players control a team of super powered heroes battling a dastardly villain. Sentinels of the Multiverse, or SotM, provides players with an innovative, streamlined game play experience that is easy to learn but requires strategic, team-based thinking. The game comes with ten different heroes, allowing players to build myriad hero teams and find new ways to challenge the villains. There are four different villains, each with unique mechanics and challenges, and four dynamic environments in which the battles take place. This flexibility adds enormous replay value and ensures that no two SotM games will play the same