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Volko Ruhnke
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Hi! Thematically, A Distant Plain covers with the detail of the entire game what is happening in just one space of LABYRINTH. Regarding gameplay, they are entirely different systems.

Hope that helps! (For me, it would be a torment to design more or less the same thing twice!). Cheers, Volko
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A Distant Plain is more similar to Andean Abyss than it is to Labyrinth.
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Thanks very much!
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Volko wrote:
Hi! Thematically, A Distant Plain covers with the detail of the entire game what is happening in just one space of LABYRINTH.


So could it be said that thematically, ADP is to LAB as 1989 is to TS. That is, ADP and 1989 cover in detail specific moments which LAB and TS cover in brief, broad strokes.

Volko wrote:
Regarding gameplay, they are entirely different systems.


Of course.
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John Rogers wrote:
Volko wrote:
Hi! Thematically, A Distant Plain covers with the detail of the entire game what is happening in just one space of LABYRINTH.


So could it be said that thematically, ADP is to LAB as 1989 is to TS. That is, ADP and 1989 cover in detail specific moments which LAB and TS cover in brief, broad strokes.

It could be said!

Similarly, it could be said that Cuba Libre covers in detail what is a single event card in TS.
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