-Added save backup/corruption prevention system -You now go straight to your first game from the last tutorial level -Time doesn’t tick on enemy turn -Fixed bug when returning to main menu too quickly -Set target framerate to 60 -Fixed killed enemies count not working -Cubes are now faded after dividing to indicate they won’t move -Added placement match to settings menu
I’m very excited about the early response to Minos Strategos! It has been very gratifying to hear that the game seems to be easier to get into than Axes and Acres, and has a good deal of strategic depth as well (already, some of the top players have logged more than 40 hours of play!)
I just want to take the opportunity to say thank you to everybody who plays or has played BrainGoodGames.
I’m looking forward to adding new cards and Dionysus Mode (more info to come) to Minos Strategos! Onward and upwards!
Played some Base Set dominion this past weekend, and it reminded me how much I appreciate the clean and elegant design of this game. As a result, I’ve been reading through a bunch of the Dominion 2nd edition changes. 🙂
First off, it’s very cool that Donald X Vaccarino and Rio Grande are willing to go back to tweak and fix things in already released games (a rarity in the board game industry).
More specifically, it was very gratifying to see that a lot of the card removals were in line with the cards that I felt were tedious/not pulling their weight/underpowered in the base set (Spy and Adventurer being excellent examples). The replacements also seem to be in line with the elegance of the other Base Set cards, which is something I tend to value highly!
In short, Dominion 2nd edition is cool, DXV should feel good about it.
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As always, thank you all so much for your continued support!
You are the legendary Minos Strategos (general of the ancient city of Minos)! Command the defenders of the temple by harnessing the power of specific battle formations to push back the Minotaur hordes. Minos Strategos is a quick single-player strategy game with a focus on elegance and clarity.
Ta-da! The @BrainGoodGames Complete Bundle, featuring all three of our titles! 10% off that stacks with the 40% off Militia sale! In other news, Militia has just been updated with Keyboard/Controller support so you can now get your single player strategy fix all the way back on the couch.