I’m a little bit obsessed with the Casetoo’s from Jax. So when I saw an “Original” and a “Champion” at the same time, I decided to order a Champion. The original was the “Jax Original” which has a white t-shirt with the Casetoo’s logo and the blue stripe down the left side.
The Champion is the original Casetoo, which has the blue stripe down the left side and the Casetoo logo in the middle. The Champion also comes with a green shirt with the blue stripe down the left side, but it’s not Casetoo blue, but it’s the same blue stripe. I like that the Champion has the blue stripe down the left side because it’s a little more casual.
The original Casetoo had the blue stripe down the left side, but it wasn’t the original one which is the color of the T-shirt. The original version has the blue stripe down the left, but the Champion has the red stripe down the left. I think it’s a little confusing because both have the blue stripe down the left side, but one is blue and one is red.
As long as the game still has the blue stripe down the left side, then Casetoo is going to be interesting. The first story trailer has the blue stripe down the left side, but the second game trailer has the red stripe down the left. It’s a little confusing because the Champion has the blue stripe down the left, but the first game trailer has the red stripe down the left.
Well, the game doesn’t have to stick to both sides of the stripe, and it certainly doesn’t need to be blue or red. The game is pretty much a team of two (the Champion and the Champion’s sidekick), so it’s possible that the game could be split up into a blue and a red side. If the game is split into two, it would be a little less confusing because the blue/red color would be on different sides…
I don’t know, I’ll let you dream on, but I guess I think it would be easier to distinguish the two sides.
It would be interesting to see if the game could be split into two by actually separating the colors. Or if the colors could be separated by a third color, say, yellow. Or maybe pink? I think that would be pretty neat, because it would be a little more interesting to think of the game as only having one color.
The most interesting part is how many of the colors would be on the two sides of the box. I mean, if you want to make it easier for the players to distinguish between the colors, or to make it easier for the players to tell between the two sides, then you could add a third color to make it easier to distinguish between the two sides. Red would be good since it would be easier to distinguish from the other colors.
The colors are all from the same color, so there is no reason why all colors should be combined. For example, if the characters were just characters that were on the same page, they would be separated by only a few lines of background color. That would make them equally interesting to play with.
I think I could agree with that, though I would say that you could use different colors on one page for the characters that are on the same page. That way they don’t look so out-of-place, but you still get the same general feel that the characters are on the same page. Of course, this would require a bit of artistic license, so you could use other colors on the characters that are on different pages, but they still would be on the same page.