DS #5889: Diamond Trust of London (USA)

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Sep 9, 2012
  1. Tempbot
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    Contributor Tempbot Tunnel Snakes rule

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  2. emigre

    Member emigre Has complex motives

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    Thanks for that emigre- looks like a tweak on drugwars with mechanics I normally see in board games I like. Will have to check this one out as I could always use more of such things for the DS.
     
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    Oh shit, it is out? That is awesome.

    Sadly I don't have a flashcard any more, but I think this is one of the few games I would buy.
     
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    Too bad my Paypal was a bit slow on the uptake, I really wanted to pitch in for this Kickstarter last year, because it practically guaranteed a retail copy.

    IIRC, this game is to be played by at two players. I dunno if it has an AI you can try your hand against.

    Oh yes, if you're into deep philosophical shit and stuff, I recommend trying out his Anthology (Jason Rohrer's, for DSi) from the eShop. It's quirky and simple, but the principles underneath are mindblowing.

    EDIT: I hope this gets an eShop release, even if just for novelty's sake.
     
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    I had no idea that the developer of Primrose had any other projects. Thanks for that link, @[member='emigre'], looks like he has a few other interesting projects I'd like to support as well.
    I originally got Primrose on DSiWare and I didn't even know it was available on iPhone too.
     

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