So, I set out to improve upon the dynamics of the game by replacing all of the original face cards with cards of my own creation. Now we can ask questions such as "Has your person ever lived with me?" or "Does your person have a substance abuse problem?"
The fun-level of the game has reached a mind-blowing new high.
Step 1: Go get things.
- Guess Who? board game
- 24 images of your friends or relatives (of decent resolution)
- Photoshop software
- Files included in next step
- A printer capable of printing double-sided color prints on cardstock - OR - $10 and a Kinkos
- Exacto knife
- Ruler or straight edge
- Someone to play with
Step 2: Download these files.
The zip file should contain:
template.psd (the file you will be manipulating to create the face-side of the cards)
and the images for the back side of the cards:
Alright, I have uploaded some PNGS as requested by those of you using GIMP instead of Photoshop...
BUT BE WARNED!
To convert from PSD and TIFF to PNG I had to convert the files from CMYK to RGB color mode. This ultimately is not ideal for printing. And I'm not sure how converting CMYK to RGB (and then ultimately printing in CMYK) will affect the final output.
Also, during formatting, the template file was flattened by Photoshop into just one layer, so it is not particularly helpful any more.