Interest in "Playtest Exchange"?

I have developed a Vassal module for a prototype board game of mine. Now I’m looking for playtesters.

If anybody would playtest with me, I would likewise be willing to playtest their prototypes via Vassal.

Another possiblity is to just give feedback after introducing the game.

Is anybody intersted in such an exchange?

Perhaps you could give readers an idea as to game’s type so as to draw interested players?

This is the module for my game:
vassalengine.org/wiki/Module … dgame_2012

It’s called “Illuminati Endgame 2012” and is a strategy/civilization type of game for 2-6 players. Playing time is about 60-90 minutes.

The game is played on a world map. You build up an empire/civilization by expanding in size (areas) or in depth (cities).

The main idea is that there are two opposing, hidden teams in the game with different goals and a different level of cooperation.

On one side are the “Free Peoples” players who can only win or lose together. Their main goal is to survive.

On the other side are the “Illuminati” players who must both the defeat the “Free Peoples” players and lastly also their team members to win the game individually. Illuminati players need to get as much power as possible.

Nobody knows who belongs to which side at the start of the game.

Each player starts up in a province and can then expand his civilization. He can also upgrade the technology level. At the end of each turn calamities may occur. A player gets “power points” which he can use for his actions or save his provinces from the effects of these calamities, so a player must strike a balance between these two.

It’s a tactical game with only a very small element of luck (the calamities at the end of each turn), so it becomes kind of like chess to plan your moves.

Link to PDFs for making your own copy or to just read the rules is here:
cjgames.com/downloads/Illumi … e_2012.zip

sounds interesting, I myself play only pem right now. what are the numer of players required to play?

PBEM would be ok for me.
2-6 are the number of players, but for a good game you need at least 3.