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That announcement was exciting. I am in love with Hearthstone at the moment. The art from Catacombs would be beautiful for a card game.

The digital version of C&C would also be welcome.
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Um, what announcement?
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th3tick wrote:
Um, what announcement?


Watch the Catacombs video here: https://boardgamegeek.com/blogpost/55454/origins-game-fair-2...

Edit: Here's the video directly.
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sakoguru wrote:
th3tick wrote:
Um, what announcement?


Watch the Catacombs video here: https://boardgamegeek.com/blogpost/55454/origins-game-fair-2...


OK, thanks.

Skip to 8:18 for the card game info, or 8:00 for Wyverns of Wylemuir.

EDIT: popped the duplicate video link
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Aron said the card game is there to introduce them to the dexterity system. Makes me wonder if it will include some disks to do certain shots as part of the card game.

I meant to mention this before, but I found it funny that Eric was so surprised that Catacombs would work digitally, saying he thought it defeats the purpose. But when it comes to touchscreen games, dexterity is something that's very natural. I'd already been thinking about how cool it would be to have a dungeon crawler on a tablet that was based around a "flicking" mechanism (definitely inspired by Catacombs).
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jepmn wrote:
Aron said the card game is there to introduce them to the dexterity system. Makes me wonder if it will include some disks to do certain shots as part of the card game.

I meant to mention this before, but I found it funny that Eric was so surprised that Catacombs would work digitally, saying he thought it defeats the purpose. But when it comes to touchscreen games, dexterity is something that's very natural. I'd already been thinking about how cool it would be to have a dungeon crawler on a tablet that was based around a "flicking" mechanism (definitely inspired by Catacombs).


Agreed, I thought it odd that Eric was so shocked at the idea. I've had countless amazing games playing Disc Drivin'. We would play locally all the time at lunch. A digital Catacombs could easily follow suit.
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An arena game with army packs is a good move. As a Catacomb newbie, but a lifelong Carrom fan and former minis wargamer, I would be all in if the rules dont get too convoluted. November cannot come fast enough.

Though this cardgame with dexterity element, that is an interesting direction to take it. I am curious to how Ezlra pulls it off.

Edit - Spelling.
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fastbilly1 wrote:
Though this cardgame with dexterity element, that is an interesting direction to take it. I am curious to how Ezlra pulls it off.


Well, first there's this hat...
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jepmn wrote:
fastbilly1 wrote:
Though this cardgame with dexterity element, that is an interesting direction to take it. I am curious to how Ezlra pulls it off.


Well, first there's this hat...

Pitching cards into a hat you say! Bully, I have been practicing for this game for years.
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