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Optimus Prime wrote:I could get behind this idea. I'm in agreement that it would have to be restricted to only sequential however. If you did it freestyle, it would be just like the current 1 vs 1 games we have now, only all your guys would be different colors.
Very nicely done, superkarn. I'd like to see this go somewhere.
superkarn wrote:Concise Idea: Make a new game type that allows doubles, triples, and quadruples to be played by two players.
Suggestion Idea: First off, I'm not a fan of 1v1 games, mostly because I feel that the dice play too big of a roll in determining the winner. Secondly I play a lot of team games with my friends (playing on the same team against random opponents). In team games, you and your partner(s) need to be in sync with each other to ensure optimal chance of winning. And who do you agree with most if not yourself
Which leads us to this suggestion. In the new game type, the settings would be pretty much the same as regular team games, except that team 1 is controlled by one player, and team 2 is controlled by another player. For example, in a triples game, the first player would control red, green, and blue, while the second player control yellow, pink, and cyan. Everything else would be the same including turn order (alternating), zone bonus (one color must control the whole zone to get the bonus), fortification (can't fortify across "teammates"), etc.
Specifics: Team games where team 1 is controlled by player 1 and team 2 is controlled by player 2.
Why it is needed: It allows people with no friends to be able to play team games
But seriously because more options is better. And this new game type will offer deeper strategy than playing regular 1v1 game. You are now controlling multiple armies instead of one army with multiple troops. Imagine playing a quadruples 1v1!
chessplaya wrote:ummm i will be ur friend .. and i will play with u team games... but ur idea makes no sense to me ! sorry bro!
TaCktiX wrote:I think we need an mod/admin response on it. The people have spoken, the demigods must pronounce their judgment.
superkarn wrote:Just wanted to add that with this game type (1 person controlling multiple colors), you can have lots of different/interesting game play such as
* 2 players, 4 colors (2 colors each)
* 2 players, 6 colors (3 colors each)
* 2 players, 8 colors (4 colors each)
* 3 players, 6 colors (2 colors each)
* 4 players, 8 colors (2 colors each)
* mix with assassin, where any one of your colors gets wiped out, you lose
* mix terminator, where you get points for each color you kill. so you can take points and lose points to the same player in the same game.
think of the coolness!
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