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Subject: WIP: La Muerte - a game about surviving death rss

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Sara Winter
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The Caribbean Basin has always been a tantalizing and alluring place, ever since it came to the knowledge of the western world in 1492. It has been called a paradise, a refuge, and a sanctuary. However, what they don't tell you is that it is also an excellent place to die.
Take on the persona of a local character and brave the wrath of the islands. Trick Death and survive for as long as you can, although Death will surely have at least one mark for you before the finish.
There is an abundance of ways to die here, but be brave and keep your wits about you, and perhaps you will find that death is not always the end.



Here are the rules:
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The idea is that you are a character on a Caribbean Isle, with a couple of missions to see through. There are many ways to die in this game, but there are also many ways to be revived.

Here are the game files:
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I am not sure that this is all that is needed for you to understand my game. Please let me know if I should post any more details.

Tx in advance,
/Sara
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Sara- BGG ate your links... You should be able to just copy/paste the links...
 
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Sara Winter
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govmiller wrote:
Sara- BGG ate your links... You should be able to just copy/paste the links...


Thanks, they are not so pretty, but I hope they work
 
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Sara Winter
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There are some yellow marks in the rules, these are rules that I am a little unsure of as of yet.
 
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winterGamer wrote:
govmiller wrote:
Sara- BGG ate your links... You should be able to just copy/paste the links...


Thanks, they are not so pretty, but I hope they work


They came up fine for me.
 
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govmiller wrote:
winterGamer wrote:
govmiller wrote:
Sara- BGG ate your links... You should be able to just copy/paste the links...


Thanks, they are not so pretty, but I hope they work


They came up fine for me.


Great!
 
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Caroline Berg
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...124 to run fleeing from the mountain. ...125 to use a rope to climb the cliff. ...126 to quickly cast "summon stairs." ...127 to dodge under the falling rocks.
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The problem is that geekurl is used for very specific links (pages within BGG) you can drop the geek part and just have url for them to work, like so:

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Sara Winter
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adularia25 wrote:
The problem is that geekurl is used for very specific links (pages within BGG) you can drop the geek part and just have url for them to work, like so:

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Thank you! Now it looks better
 
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Garry Hoddinott
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Hi - just checked some of the files, lots of components. Did I miss where it said how many players? And what player number/s do you feel works best.
 
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GarryHoddinott wrote:
Hi - just checked some of the files, lots of components. Did I miss where it said how many players? And what player number/s do you feel works best.


I have not stated the number of players, but 2-6 is playable, 3-5 is best, 4 probably being optimum.
 
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Sara Winter
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I should probably mention that this is meant to be a family game, where kids from the age of 7-8 (maybe?) can play along.
 
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