For my whole life I've been appreciating games (video and tabletop) as a great pastime, but it wasn't until 2018 that I started seriously making games on my own. I create tabletop games that usually have puzzle elements and are suited for a solo player or a collaborative group.
I publish most of my games under the Letibus Design moniker - you can find the official Letibus page here.
Kul ti bo (2020, Vseočesje)
Tool, 1 user
Status: Sold out
"Kul ti bo" is not a game, even though it uses 7 cards and a die. It is a tool for a more positive lifestyle. I genuinely think that we can program our thoughts and lives with carefully placed triggers. "Kul ti bo" is such a trigger - every morning you roll the die, move as many cards to the back of the pile as there are pips on the die and read the top card - it tells you a positive affirmation for the day.
Abstract strategy game, 2 players, 5 min
CoronaLine is a simple 2-player abstract game I made in March 2020, at the beginning of the Corona crisis. It was made as something causal to be played by members of the same household while in the lock-down. To play CoronaLine, you just need a piece of paper and two pens.
A big passion of mine lately have been logic paper puzzles. I like solving them and I like constructing them. Below you'll find a selection of paper puzzles I made.
Limbs is a genre of paper puzzles I made the most puzzles for (excluding official Letibus Design published puzzle games). Puzzles involve drawing lines on the grid to shape up strange creatures with three hands. The rules are included in the link. This genre was kindly ported to Kudamono Editor by Pedro PSI.
Barbed Wire (2022)
Loop-based puzzles about changing the mode of drawing lines between diagonals and orthogonal lines. The rules are included in the link. This genre was kindly ported to Kudamono Editor by Pedro PSI.
A set of 6 images without instructions that the solver must decode.
Sew a Loop (2022)
A loop-based genre that makes you count how many turns the loop made. The rules are included in the links.
Gridless puzzles about connecting corners of strange shapes.
Puzzles about funny little beings moving through a triangle world. The rules for these puzzles are learned solely through image examples.
Puzzle 1 / Puzzle 2 / Puzzle 3
Puzzles about shading cells that follow a somewhat complicated set of rules, which lead to very interesting deductions in my opinion. The rules are included in the links.
I sometimes also make logic puzzles and hybrids in genres by other people. Below are some of the more notable ones. The rules are included in the link.
Tapa (10x10) Made for my 31st birthday.
Tapa-Like Loop (10x10) Made for my 31st birthday.