The Ruby Domain Specific Language (DSL) is available on GitHub and lets you define your game deck’s stats, then compile it into a series of images ready to print.
The implementation is based on the Cairo graphics rendering engine, which is used by WebKit, Gecko and Inkscape among others.
Here’s a code sample from the Squib devs followed by the cards it generates:
Let me know if you end up making your own game with Squib and share the links in the comments.
➤ Squib [Andy Meneely]