More depth than it seems at first. So at first it seems that the is entirely dictated by the dice. With time though you can find that such is not the case and very deep game presents itself. Luck is a big part yes. But there are many ways to make your own luck. A few tips. Count the dice, see how many tasks there are to complete and see if you have enough dice. Learn how items work. They van give you red and yellow dice, reroll dices and what not. Agents skill matters, try to find synergies. Portals are great with rewards. Think before actin
Always Good I have downloaded a lot of games over the past few years, and this is the only one I go back to download whenever I get a new device. Gorgeous graphics, excellent soundtrack, and best of all, it's always an entertaining game. It's not easy to adapt a tabletop game to a video game, and this was done very well. Now please make Mansions of Madness for tablet!!
First FF game I didn't at least enjoy This is a beautifully produced/well made app. I also love the theme and felt it fit the game so I gave a star for each. Unfortunately, it fell very flat for me. I think I would enjoy this more if the luck factor was toned down or was mitigated better. I never felt like I won due to strategy more so than luck of the draw and dice. Wish I could've gotten a refund.
Brilliant Brilliant game and awesome mobile implementation. I wouldn't have understood what the game was about if I hadn't played Arkham Horror beforehand though. I reckon that a flat pdf of the rules might be helpful alongside the help system. Also, it might be worth explaining neophites that the game is all about learning to beat apparently defavourable odds, and about feeling the thrill of fear of failure throughout. Very well done in this respect. I just wished that we had a bit more GOO's with the basic app.
Engaging but tough Most games today lure you in by letting you win a couple of times. Elder Signs never holds your hands. You will lose. A LOT. That said, the challenge is enjoyable and open to a lot of strategy. And while things seem too random against you, it seems all fair. The soundtrack and art style is apropos. Once you manage one win, it feels so darned good.
Elder Gods Yahtzee The game does well in music and visual effects. Unfortunately game design provides much frustration. I can't say adventures are difficult because that would imply skill is a factor. It's a luck game and all about dice so I will say that statistically you mostly lose. Paid reviewers call the game nuanced but "nuance" is just playing item cards to reroll and keep dice. That's pretty much it. Basically this game is glorified Yahtzee. It's mildly entertaining but pricey for what you get.
- Improved compatibility with some Android devices
- Minor bug fixes
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The XCOM digital app is a free tool designed for use with XCOM: The Board Game.
Collect the most fish while outsmarting other penguins on a shrinking ice floe!