Warm fiery nights gathered around the stove fired by cow dung in the middle of the Gobi desert, I learned about the indigenous customs of the ger or yurt. Women sat to the East, guests to the North, men to the West, and the door always faced South. Everyone and everything had it’s place including their beloved animals which outnumbered people 10 to 1.
Late nights dotted by the desert stars were spent playing games, telling humble jokes, and munching on sun-naturally dried fermented milk.
Life was simple: food, company, and survival.
When returning to the United States, we sketched out the 108 Card Game to encapsulate those timeless nights in the Gobi: Being, Nothing, and Infinity. We shared it with our friends and family, who remarked, “That was really fun, you should make a game out of it and share it with the world!”
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