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Subject: Colorblind: Shogun better than IKUSA rss

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Thoma Mattox

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Being colorblind makes some of these games rather fun... That said, I did notice that I can tell the colors on Shogun CONSIDERABLY better than IKUSA. Not sure if this helps anyone or not...
 
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Jolly Roger
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That makes sense the colors in Ikusa are more muted than in Shogun or Samurai Swords.
 
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Christian Kalk
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Umfortunately, few games take "colour blind" into account when setting up the colour options...I've heard this complaint many times about many games. Even for those of us who see colour just fine, a lot of games can be tough in low-light conditions.
 
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Mister Easton
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I love the colors in the old MB-version of Axis and Allies even more!
 
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Thoma Mattox

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You and I both! Until the 1942 Second Edition, I made A&A work by using the Japanese troops for Russia. However, the 1942 Second Edition has reduced troop counts for Russian navy so I can't do this anymore. I just have to pay very very close attention to the pieces. It almost makes me hate the game (even though it is my favorite game of all time).
 
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