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Christopher

Saboteur: The Lost Mines – Board Game, Gameplay Review

Saboteur: The Lost Mines is an evolution of the classic Saboteur game. In this version, however, the board also comes into play. The dwarfs are also divided into two obvious groups. Players try to collect other valuable materials besides gold, but they risk even more because a dragon may be hiding in the mine.

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Yan Theo

The story of a board game #4

Our progress on the designing of our latest board game continues with a lot of interesting ideas reaching the table. In the couple previous posts, I introduced you some of the core-game mechanisms that define it. Today, I’m going to give you the details about another important mechanism we put into the game, as well as some minor changes that improved the player’s turn.

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Iason

Top 3 turn based tactical RPG Mobile Games

There are real-time strategy mobile games, but there are also turn based tactical RPG mobile games. Both are strategy sub-genres and both can be massively multiplayer online games, aka MMO, but they have much different gameplay feel with the later using very strongly the auto battler, also known as auto chess, mechanism. This Top 3 turn based tactical RPG list, besides having amazingly cute art style, has also inspiring music, so let’s jump into it!

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Alexandros

Building a community of Playtesters

The past couple of months have been very interesting for Odd Statue Games. While our board game development team was working on our latest project, we stepped up our marketing game to support this development.

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Yan Theo

The story of a board game #3

As you may already know, we’ve been working really hard on designing a brand new board game, during the last few months. In our previous post, I told you about the first core-game mechanisms that got changed, adding an action selection system, two new roles and variable player powers to the game. But of course, the evolution process of the game wouldn’t stop there…

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