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Messages - Stephanie E.

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Cartographers / Re: Wall of shame
« on: 12/07/22, 07:05pm »
Oi,... I have done this so many times,... I think I could be the cornerstone in the wall! 8)

Well said Jimmy.

Cartographers / Re: Best Great City
« on: 02/07/21, 06:27pm »
That was quite the commitment from the start!  Way to go!

Tips, polls, updates / Re: 2-game ratings? Do you care?
« on: 03/04/20, 08:00pm »
Nope, don't care.

I think levels is most appropriate,..tutorial level, .. beginner.. intermediate... advanced..

Ok,... so i have been trying to get accustomed to the new white outlines in Keltis.  I really really really don't  like this change.  I thought I would get used to it... but it is distracting and not relaxing at all.  It actually makes it harder to see the numbers with all the white outlines on every card when it is your turn.  and the out of control extra spinning on the wishing stones seems to slow the game down waiting for the added animation  to end.. and it is is so disruptive. 

In stead of enjoying the game, I can't wait for it to finish... I love this game, but I don't think I will play it much if at all any more unless you do something about the new "improvements"

I'm so sad...   :(

I agree...and have said it elsewhere so I apologize for repeating... but  the more I play with this new change... the more I hate it!   I will go as far as to say that the white shadow is so disruptive and annoying that I don't even want to continue playing and that makes me sad, because I have been coming here to play for a pretty long time.  Please change it back to the way it was.  It is not necessary and does not add to the game. 

I completely agree with Jamie... I think it is a great tool for the tutorial section.

Thanks for asking what we think!

I think the spinning on the wishing stones in Keltis and the dice rolling in Keltis or are way to fast and too much.  It is very distracting in an unapealing way.

Also.. the yellow eyes on siberia ... I don't think that adds anything and makes the "board" feel too busy.

Also... for me... the white highlighting is too big and too bright now across the board.

Lost Cities / Re: Bug: tiles showing clear
« on: 23/03/18, 07:24pm »
I am having the same bug.. 2 of 3 games with clear cards.  First time it was only the blue.. this game was yellow, blue and white! 

I would never bother to replay a game.  Most people like myself know exactly what mistake they made, when they made it.. and the rest is chance.. so what would be the point.  More fun to play another.. than to watch the water already under the bridge.

Glastonbury / Re: Hard for color blind players
« on: 06/03/18, 05:34pm »
I am challenged by the colors as well.  The purple and black often look the same to me.  I vote the colors become more vivid if possible.

I agree... I started a thread on this a while back... Jimmy has never commented on it.. see my post from last July...

Tips, polls, updates / Re: Feedback on new bonus cards
« on: 23/02/18, 06:17pm »
The "shaking" card seemed like alot of effort and animation to me, so I clicked on it right away,... maybe the second card I looked at, so it was kind of obvious.  But I can see how many people might not figure that out.  Especially if they are playing on a smaller device.

Rankings, meeples and achievements / Draw
« on: 07/08/17, 10:56pm »
A draw is a tie.  It's net effect should be nill.  No gain, no loss.  No statistics should be altered by this outcome.  The formatting for these games is that you are punished for a draw.. your points are reduced, your ranking affected, your winning streak is wiped clean, you loose all the points required to enter a game.  The spirit of a "draw" is not viewed as such on this site.  Why is that?  I am sure there must be some reason... I hope there is a good reason...

Lost Cities / Re: maximum points in one color
« on: 01/08/17, 11:29pm »
Oh wow!  and all three $$!!!  Doesn't get better than that!

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