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Jan 5, 2009 | 3:08 PM EST

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Hello...

This is a port of a print-n-play boardgame of the same name. I worked with the designer Alex Kremer to translate the original rules into an online game.

Each of the ten levels may be played from the Blue or Red King perspective. With the random drawing of the units each turn the game is never the same twice.

Reviews


reddeye5reddeye5

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 5, 2009

Under a 3.50 ????

Oh how my heart breaks over the fact that people are stupid. Facinating game bro,...putting on favorites.


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Battlespace responds:

Thank you


goldentank50goldentank50

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars January 5, 2009

Very well done and addicting.

I was playing this for almost and hour and I could not stop. you should make more versions and I agree a little music would not hurt. Another sugestion would be a free mode like you get to choose your map and level. also you could make a version with different units. overall great game. keep going.


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Battlespace responds:

Thanks for taking the time to play the levels and for providing feedback.


denose2003denose2003

Rated 5 / 5 stars January 5, 2009

Wow

Great, classic game.

Always loved this and I still do.

Kind of like Chess. ;)

Grats 5/5


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Battlespace responds:

Thank you!


Chaos-PhoenixChaos-Phoenix

Rated 4 / 5 stars January 5, 2009

Great game!

Nicely done hex strategy game. The visuals are done well and the audio is the only downside (nothing wrong with what's there but very little music.) Nice flash!


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Battlespace responds:

Thank you... yes we didn't feel music would change the experience and wanted to keep the gameplay sound effects to a minimum. If you play beyond level 1 there are more sound effects because more units are available.


harrydawgharrydawg

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars January 5, 2009

wtf

Whatever move i do, the enemy just copies me.It's okay gameplay, just work on what the computer does.


Battlespace responds:

The enemy does not purposely copy you... depending on the level he makes the best point-decision available. It may of appeared that way because he had the same units but if you try again it should not be the same everytime.