Aug 312013
 
 August 31, 2013  Posted by at 11:01 pm Chromancer No Responses »

HEX is not only great of its own, but it is already influential to the other games despite itself is not even out yet.  This is good for players, bad for companies.  In any event, Chromancer developers appropriately recognized this.  It is actually more surprising to me that others haven’t.  In any event, Chromancer which is currently on the kickstarter added some bonus booster packs to each tiers.

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Aug 312013
 
 August 31, 2013  Posted by at 1:36 pm HEX, Spoiler No Responses »

Just as in GenCon, I cannot attend them but there are always some they can.  Great thing about it, someone will always spoil what they see on the covention.  This time on the official forum user name “hacky and Ugamachi” were kind enough to spoil several of previously never seen cards..  To be precise, one for each shard of 5 total new spoilers!!

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Aug 292013
 
 August 29, 2013  Posted by at 11:15 am Other TCG, World War II: TCG No Responses »

One of the site that I write articles for, Utopian Chaos, had a twitch play video with the developer of World War II TCG.  This project is currently on the kickstarter and ending in 5 days.  In short, I call this a Solforge of WWII.  If you like world war II setting, and interested in Solforge, you should definitely check this game out.   Unlike many indy made dTCGs, you can see this is already well polished, and these developers have capability to definitely keep their promises.

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Aug 222013
 
 August 22, 2013  Posted by at 2:17 pm Chromancer No Responses »

The more I read about this game, the more I get interested.  It is not the complexity I like but rather flexibility which in the end directly leads to the potential of the game, and variation of the game play.  Chromancer has several relatively unique and different fundamental mechanics compared to many other what I call traditional digital trading card game TDTCG (yeah I just came up with this abbreviation).  Today, let’s look at what appears as a rather strict limit of maximal deck size, which is merely 24.  This article includes some interview information from the developer/CEO.

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