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comment Other games that employ mechanics like the game “Diplomacy”
Interesting Aku, thanks!
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comment Other games that employ mechanics like the game “Diplomacy”
@3nixios, I gocha. Sorry for the confusion!
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comment Other games that employ mechanics like the game “Diplomacy”
interesting twist on similar concepts. Thanks for sharing!
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comment Other games that employ mechanics like the game “Diplomacy”
@3nixios, Diplomacy was the best example suggested to me at the time that implemented a ruleset similar to what I had already envisioned and explained to a friend. That's not to say that the game I'm thinking up couldn't have a diplomatic aspect to it by virtue of the players. Risk comes to mind as a game where diplomacy happens, but there is no ruleset for it.
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comment What happened to procedurally generated textures?
I find this hard to swallow. It isn't a limitation of procedural textures that a brick cannot be a different color than the rest, it is a limitation of the implementing technology. Sure, I could agree that at some point of getting too specific would outweigh the benefits of doing thing proceedurally, but that is besides the point.
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comment Procedurally generated terrain map. Blend Transitions between terrain types
Great! I'm glad I could help :D
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answered Procedurally generated terrain map. Blend Transitions between terrain types
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comment Other games that employ mechanics like the game “Diplomacy”
thanks for the links. I really like that site. I was able to find a HUGE list of board games fitting my criteria because of their mechanics categorization. For example, here's a list of games that use "Simultaneous Action Selection" (as they call it).
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comment Other games that employ mechanics like the game “Diplomacy”
This is exactly the kind of stuff I was looking for. Thanks!
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comment Other games that employ mechanics like the game “Diplomacy”
thanks for the post. Multiplayer is not important so long as it meets at least one of the requirements. I'll look into it. Thanks!
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comment Other games that employ mechanics like the game “Diplomacy”
thanks for the reply and clarification! I'll probably cross-post later given your example.