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Tutorial, training, online play / FAQ - Training mode
« on: 12/01/16, 01:27pm »
Frequently asked questions about the training mode:

Is there a time limit in training mode?
There is no time limit per move in training move as such. However if you are seen as inactive for a long time (more than 30 minutes), you will be logged out of Happy Meeple and you will not be able to finish the game. It is not a big problem though as training games do not count for rating anyway. There is not real consequence.

Do games count for rating in training mode?
No they don't. That's why it is called a training mode. :)

Tutorial, training, online play / FAQ - Tutorials
« on: 12/01/16, 01:26pm »
Frequently asked questions about the tutorials:

Can I skip the tutorial?
You can skip the explanations by clicking on the button "Skip the tutorial", but you will still need to complete the game to get the white meeple (you need the white meeple to play online, it is like a permit acknowledging that you know how to play the game).
If you want to play online without playing the tutorial, ask a friend to invite you to his table by sharing a link with you. To do so, he must go to the inn, open a table and get the link from there. When you click on the link, it will bypass the white meeple requirement. You will be able to play with your friend immediately.

This is an example post about a game called Ticket to ride (that I personally recommend strongly for families).

Other board games / [Dominion]
« on: 12/01/16, 12:33pm »
Dominion is a popular game by Donald X. Vaccarino released in 2008. It inaugurated the genre "Deck-building" where players repeatedly buy new cards to add to their deck.

On each turn, players draw 5 cards from their deck and play them. After a few rounds, the player's deck is empty. All his cards are then reshuffled (including the previously purchased ones). This way, the player steadily builds his deck (representing his kingdom) which becomes more and more powerful as the game progresses.

I personally recommend strongly Dominion. There has been many spin-offs since Dominion was released but it is still considered as the best "deck-building" game by many. It has many expansions which helps in that regard too.

Other board games / About this sub-forum
« on: 12/01/16, 12:30pm »
In this sub-forum, you are welcome to discuss about any board game that is not available on Happy Meeple.

We also welcome board game reviews. So feel free to post your thoughts!

Please label the title of your message with the name of the game into brackets!
Like this:
[Dominion] Do you like it?

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