I started out with VERY rudimentary cards. There were all text-based cards that were easily printed on my little ink jet printer at home that broke apart into business card sized cards. Though there was one issue with them: they had no graphics. The text made it hard to easily read the number of goods that a location provided. This made me realize how important graphic design was for ease of use and information access as new versions of the game materialized.
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Fun Fact: Dave has been seasick in every time zone.