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This template is used to create a standard game page wiki article for the IndieCade Wiki. If a field is left blank, it will not be displayed on the wiki article.

Usage

{{Game Page
| name            = //Game name
| image           = //A box or title image of the game
| eventname       = //Name of the event, e.g IndieCade Festival, IndieCade Europe, E3 Showcase, GDC Showcase
| yearshown       = //Year shown, e.g. 2017
| description     = //Description of the game. This will be the main body text of the Game Page.
| releasedate     = //Release Date
| genre           = //Game Genre
| storepage       = //A link to where the game can be purchased
| trailerlink     = //A link to the game's trailer (this needs to be the full url or id of a youtube video)
| developer       = //Developer. This text will link to a page about the developer here on the IndieCade Wiki.
| countryoforigin = //Country or countries of development
| devbio          = //This short bio will appear underneath the infobox
| team1           = //Team member number one (listed in the infobox)
| team1type       = //Role of team member number one, or a brief biographical note (listed in the infobox)
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| website         = //The game's website
| twitter         = //Twitter feed for the developer or the game (use the full url)
| facebook        = //Facebook page for the developer or the game (use the full url)
| youtube         = //Youtube channel page (use the full url)
| instagram       = //Instagram page (use the full url)
|screenshots      = //Screenshots, beginning with File:. Use <gallery> to include multiple.
}}

Example

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{{Game Page
| name = Bluebeard's Bride
| image = Bluebeard's Bride 3.png
| eventname       = IndieCade Festival
| yearshown       = 2017
| description = Bluebeard’s Bride is an investigatory horror tabletop roleplaying game, written and designed by Whitney “Strix” Beltrán, Marissa Kelly, and Sarah Richardson, and published by Magpie Games. It is based on the Bluebeard fairy tale.

The Bluebeard fairy tale is simple enough: A young bride is wed to an ugly, but powerful man with a blue beard. On their wedding night he must attend to other urgent matters. He gives her the keys to every room, inviting her to explore… but one room in his house is forbidden. The bride eventually falls prey to her curiosity and opens it, discovering the gruesome sight of former brides who had been murdered… evidence that revealed her husband to be a killer of women.

When you play Bluebeard’s Bride, you aren’t repeating the dark events of that morbid tale. You and your friends play aspects of the Bride’s mind, following the skeleton of that story to tell a new one covered in your own bloody fingerprints. The Bride’s story is unpredictable and engaging, leading her down a dark path to an unknown fate. Your future may not yet be fixed, but every step you take moves you closer to your doom, the final room—and sealing the Bride’s fate forever. And along the way, questions arise…

What will you find in your new husband’s house?
What horrors will haunt you?
What darkness will you find within yourself?
| releasedate     = October 2017
| genre           = Narrative & Story Telling
| storepage       = http://www.magpiegames.com/product/bluebeards-bride-hardcoverpdf/
| trailerlink     = https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80g3SOum1jo
| developer       = Whitney “Strix” Beltrán, Marissa Kelly, and Sarah Richardson
| countryoforigin = USA
| devbio          = Bluebeard’s Bride grew out of the Hacking as Women workshop at Gen Con 2014, where Marissa was assigned as Strix and Sarah’s coach. The idea spoke to all three of us, and so we continued working on it on our own time. Magpie Games was brought on board as publisher in 2015, and Bluebeard’s Bride completed a successful Kickstarter in November 2016.
| team1           = Whitney “Strix” Beltrán
| team1type       = Strix started work on Bluebeard's Bride in 2014.
| team2           = Marissa Kelly
| team2type       = Marissa was initially affiliated with the development team as a coach.
| team3           = Sarah Richardson
| team3type       = Sarah started work on Bluebeard's Bride in 2014.
| website         = http://www.magpiegames.com/
| twitter         = https://twitter.com/MagpieOfficial
| facebook        = https://www.facebook.com/MagpieGames
| youtube         = https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCf6J9yokPS0ys456jvjLBGQ
| instagram       = https://www.instagram.com/magpiegames/
| screenshots = 
<gallery>
File:Bluebeard's Bride 0.png
File:Bluebeard's Bride 3.png
</gallery>
}}

Appearance

Bluebeard's Bride 3.png

 •  Store Page: http://www.magpiegames.com/product/bluebeards-bride-hardcoverpdf/
 •  Developer: Whitney “Strix” Beltrán, Marissa Kelly, and Sarah Richardson
 •  Country of Origin: USA
 •  Website: http://www.magpiegames.com/
 •  Twitter: https://twitter.com/MagpieOfficial
 •  Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MagpieGames
 •  YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCf6J9yokPS0ys456jvjLBGQ
 •  Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/magpiegames/
About Whitney “Strix” Beltrán, Marissa Kelly, and Sarah Richardson

Strix started work on Bluebeard's Bride in 2014. - Whitney “Strix” Beltrán
Marissa was initially affiliated with the development team as a coach. - Marissa Kelly
Sarah started work on Bluebeard's Bride in 2014. - Sarah Richardson
Developer Bio

Bluebeard’s Bride grew out of the Hacking as Women workshop at Gen Con 2014, where Marissa was assigned as Strix and Sarah’s coach. The idea spoke to all three of us, and so we continued working on it on our own time. Magpie Games was brought on board as publisher in 2015, and Bluebeard’s Bride completed a successful Kickstarter in November 2016.

Bluebeard's Bride is a title featured at IndieCade Festival 2017.

About Bluebeard's Bride

Bluebeard’s Bride is an investigatory horror tabletop roleplaying game, written and designed by Whitney “Strix” Beltrán, Marissa Kelly, and Sarah Richardson, and published by Magpie Games. It is based on the Bluebeard fairy tale.

The Bluebeard fairy tale is simple enough: A young bride is wed to an ugly, but powerful man with a blue beard. On their wedding night he must attend to other urgent matters. He gives her the keys to every room, inviting her to explore… but one room in his house is forbidden. The bride eventually falls prey to her curiosity and opens it, discovering the gruesome sight of former brides who had been murdered… evidence that revealed her husband to be a killer of women.

When you play Bluebeard’s Bride, you aren’t repeating the dark events of that morbid tale. You and your friends play aspects of the Bride’s mind, following the skeleton of that story to tell a new one covered in your own bloody fingerprints. The Bride’s story is unpredictable and engaging, leading her down a dark path to an unknown fate. Your future may not yet be fixed, but every step you take moves you closer to your doom, the final room—and sealing the Bride’s fate forever. And along the way, questions arise…

What will you find in your new husband’s house? What horrors will haunt you? What darkness will you find within yourself?

Trailer

Screenshots