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Massimo Paini
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This game works well in two players? It remains valid? Thank you.
 
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Jack Francisco
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This game shines with 4 or 5. I'd never play this with 2p as one of the important elements of the game is lost then - figuring out who is on what side. There are so many other multi-player games that play better with 2 than this one would.
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Milena Guberinic
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No. It doesn't. Don't do it.
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I realize this is an old post, but in case OP is still listening I wanted to throw in my two cents. We played it with two over the weekend and although mechanically everything worked out fine - the intrigue of having people on different teams adding and subtracting scores is really lost with just two people. I'd agree with others and say 3 should really be the minimum, with 4 being my personal recommendation.
 
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