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Evangelion Clue - Final by luigihann Evangelion Clue - Final by luigihann
Okay, this is it, finally complete. I'd suggest that you not download the zip unless you've seen the whole show, as the "Who Killed...?" question is inherently a spoiler. However, the game is playable without spoilers, so if you have friends who haven't seen the whole thing yet, they can play too, as long as you don't use the spoiler version of the logo (The directions in the zip explain it better). Anyway, the Zip file contains literally everything you need to play the game*, just print out each image as "landscape" and "fit to page," to print them as large as possible but all at the same scale. I'd recommend you print them right onto cardstock or thicker, and perhaps back the cards with construction paper and back the board with cardboard.
The board was made almost entirely from scratch in photoshop. Misato's Room, the Theatre, and the Elevator all borrow textures from the show, and the bits of city at the top are from a screenshot, but everything else is the result of inventive use of photoshop effects. A real clue board was used as reference, but there's no trace of it in the final image.
If anyone actually decides to play this, let me know how it goes! I've played it, and it is fun.

*Contents include:
-Game Board (in four peices)
-Weapon Tokens
-Suspect Pawns
-All cards
-Case File folder
-Alternate Logo with Spoiler
-Eva Clue Die
-Notepads
-Assembly Instructions
-Gameplay Instructions

(I moved the original to scraps and uploaded this one, because I had to edit that one so many times before creating the final zip)
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luigihann Featured By Owner Jun 2, 2010
I can't believe how low-res this is. Makes me want to redo the whole thing...
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Banjo-oz Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2010
You're a little late, aren't you? :)

Awesome, awesome, idea and execution. I LOVE this! Fantastic work. The board looks amazing, and I love the detail of the Seele-style pawns.

I agree with the first poster here, too... so much online is transitory, but this is a true labor of love. Thank you for sharing.
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RavingEagle Featured By Owner Aug 4, 2009
Stupid question, where do I download the zip file.
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luigihann Featured By Owner Aug 13, 2009
The "download" link to the left of the image
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RavingEagle Featured By Owner Aug 14, 2009
Duh, thank you.. I think I had been awake too long.
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insert-cliche-here Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2006
wow
just wow
really well done
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Slytherin-Mongoose Featured By Owner Oct 18, 2006
Gendo, period, nuff said. Then again, the penguin *is* smart enough (or so I've been told)....

If Gendo's a suspect, and the whole lab is basically Gendo's "house," then who is "Mr. Boddy"?

This is hysterically funny, even if NGE gives me Teh Fear (the safety of the earth is dependant on this bunch of severe mental cases; I'd just move to Hawaii until things quieted down (meaning everyone turnes to plasma)).
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luigihann Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2006
I'd tell you who "Mr Boddy" is, but unfortunately it's a murder that doesn't occur until late in the series, and therefore a spoiler. Once you see the whole series, it should be quite clear whose death we're investigating, though.
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bartcore Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2006
Pen Pen, in Central Dogma, with the progressive knife!
this is too kool.
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StillWater-- Featured By Owner May 8, 2006
I don't know anything about the theme or the game, so I probably won't download it, but I'm still impressed! As I mentioned last time, I'm impressed that you made such a big project, in such painstaking detail.

In a world like DeviantART, where someone uploads a new deviation every .00001 seconds, it sometimes feels like everything is so disposable - that there's just so much art around that you almost end up numbed by it. Images that once upon a time would have been so special that you would have savoured them and spent collective hours lovingly appreciating their details, now just seem as disposable as everything else; you appreciate them for 10 seconds, then *click* and you're onto the next piece, and you've already forgotten what was before. That's how I feel sometimes anyway. But with a piece of work like this, you're in no danger of that! I think it's cool that people will probably get hours and hours of enjoyment from something you made. :)

Also, the board looks really good. Very professional :nod:
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