Indy's Gamble is for free. To play the game you have to built it yourself.
Here is a step by step guide how to do it right.
I. The Download
Download the Indy's Gamble game file (size: 2.5 MBytes) to your computer.
Now you have the following files:
10 JPG files ... the card sheets
IG_Rules.htm ... the rules for the game
IG_Do-It-Yourself.htm ... this file
IG_Copyright.txt ... the copyright information
Print out the JPG files with your favourit graphic software that allows a scaled printout.
» You can print the cards any size you want, but do not change the stretch ratio for the length and the height
of the pictures.
» To get standard sized cards (6.3 cm x 8.8 cm / 2.5" x 3.5") print the pictures 18.8 x 27.0 cm
(7.4" x 10.6"). This fits on any European A4 sized or US letter sized paper.
» To get slighty smaller cards print the pictures 18.15 cm x 25.89 cm (7.15" x 10.23")
» To get small sized cards (3.5 cm x 5 cm / 1.4" x 2") print the pictures 10.5 cm x 15 cm (4.1"
» You can print the cards in color or in black & white - both ways will provide you a fully useable game.
II. The Work
Cut out the cards. Use eighter a paper cutting machine or a sharp knife. If you are a minor
please ask an adult to help you!
Cut out the damage counters (IG_Treasures_3.jpg) if you want to use them in play. You do not need
them if you use counters from other games, coins or if you memorize the damage.
I suggest to buy a pack of card sleeves because the self printed cards will wear out faster than
real cards. If you printed the cards on normal paper you can put the cut out printed Indy card together with a
card from any commercial game together in one sleeve. If you do so the result will feel like a "real"
card, you will be able to do shuffling without harming the cards and your cards will have a neutral backside (from
the commercial game).
I suggest to buy a trading card case to store Indy's Gamble. Such a case is a transparent plastic
box (size 7 cm x 9.5 cm x 6 cm). You can get the card sleeves and the case in any comic shop that sells trading
card games or sport cards.
III. The Play
The is only one more thing you need to play this game: a six sided dice.
Find an opponent or use the solitaire rules to enjoy your game.