Random dice? In Crown of command cell, throw dice, remember number then force stop app. Open again and throw dice... same amount :(
Random Number Generator = Bad The R.N.G. doesn't work, it's more like a cheap program that attempts to look random, the game is programed for bias which is fine, except the developer refuses to post how the bias is setup, I bought the game and one expansion to test a specific character I read about to determine if that was true and it was. Looks great though, would be nice if it played like a proper RNG.
Love this board game People complain about the game not being 'random', but you have to think about it this way. If you quit the game when you roll badly, only to come back and reroll until you get exactly what you want, you break the game. For what is necessary, it works brilliantly. I own the real game and this an awesome to go version.
I would give it five stars but there's no gratuitous nudity and I need that for five stars. But seriously, it's fun. I have an S6 and it crashed to desktop (homescreen?) once, but you can't expect everything to be perfect. It does have DLC / in-game purchases, which isn't the best for a game you've already paid for, but you don't need it.
This is a superb implementation of the classic boardgame. Guess I am a fan as I've been playing the boardgame since the second edition came out and electronically since the old Speccy version... The AI is smart and if you pit yourself against the likes of the Wizard and the Prophetess, very challenging - though I've noticed that they seem a bit conservative about heading for the Crown of Command. Seem to be a couplke of glitches here and there in rules interpretations which will hopefully be ironed out - the options for House Rules are good (also could do with expanding, eg to include 'fast rules' of 'levelling up' at 5 points rather than 7, and 'classic rules' of no encounters at the Desert and no trading in points for Craft. Would be nice to be able to zoom in to the board - the game is much more playable on a tablet than a phone.
Perfectly preserved The board game is a classic, non-stop fun, so I was excited to see a digital version come out, but was sceptic about its quality. I'm happy to say that I was pleasantly surprised to see a perfect replication of the 4th edition, with great graphics and attention to detail! The digital game even clarified to me some of the more obscure rules 😊
The Sacred Pool is here!
The fifth expansion release for Talisman: Digital Edition includes 4 characters, 72 Adventure Cards, 16 Spell Cards, 3 Alternative Endings.
Save slots - You can now keep up to 10 offline saved games.
Sudden Death mode - Shorter games with round limit.
Replacing Quests - This new house rule gives players the chance to replace their current Warlock Quest, when they are offered a new one.
Many other fixes and improvements!
In the world of Neuroshima you need to prove you have what it takes to survive.