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Subject: Fractal structure of the edges rss

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When I see the development of the game I noticed that the edges of the board pieces got a more and more fractal structure.
And I am wondering why. Yes, the pieces stick better together but I am afraid when they get sticked together and apart a lot of times the edges will break.
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Three Headed Monkey
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I've got my copy of the game and you don't have to worry about the edges fraying or breaking because they fit together rather loosely. It's not super tight like a jigsaw and there is some free movement when the tiles are placed. So when placing new tiles and taking them apart later it is really quick and easy and the pieces hardly rub together. It's quite smart the way it has been done.
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Three Headed Monkey has it right. This works way better than laying hexes down with no border, pieces stay where they need but can be moved rather easily during the game to create more space by just pushing on one piece.
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Three Headed Monkey
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Quite right. They lock together enough that they move together, but they come apart and join very easily.
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