I was lamenting to @JonnyD after our match that I don’t have a good way of managing a pen-and-paper notebook during most of my recent Yomi games, which is a shame, because I lose a lot of good Perse information fodder (and just general miss supers-known-from-powerups).
I realized afterwards that I have all the tools I need to build myself such a notebook that can just live beside the game as I play, and so, I did: Yomi Hand Tracker
Currently, it lets you click specific cards to mark them as being in-hand/known-out-of-hand, and specify how many cards your opponent has.
Future features that I’ve considered:
- A range-tracker where you punch in the A/B/D/T as they happen, and it reads back the proportions in the last 5/10/15 turns and it displays that history.
- A probability calculator
- Horizontal mode, so that the tracker can go below your game window, if that floats your boat (EDIT: Done!)
I haven’t yet used it in anger, but I expect to whenever I play my next match. Check it out, let me know if any of you find it useful and/or have feature suggestions and requests.