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Round Table

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This is a game where you have to use memory and logic to beat your opponent. The table is split up in segments. Marbles are hidden under each segment, and each segment has a symbol on it. Click on a segment to pick up a marble, you can only click on segments that are fully on your side of the table. After you have made your choice, the computer makes a choice and after that the table turns. Play against the computer and outsmart it, or play against a friend in 2 player mode.
Normal and Hard mode with 3 levels in each, highscores at the end or when you lose.

Game Instructions:
Click on segments to pick up marbles, remember how many marbles there are under the segments. If you lose count you can use the hint or pass card, but you will lose 200 points for each and you have only one of each per level. Pass, passes a turn for both players and turns the table. Hint shows you where there still are marbles.

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Sort of luckbased

If you have bad memory you are totally going to die. But even with good memory, you could lose, because the table might spin and give you the empty segments. The only way to remedy this is to play while thinking ahead, but that's not that fun... And it's not really an exciting fun game concept. I'm not criticizing its slowness; lots of slow games are fun. But this one isn't.

matpg responds:

thanks for the comment, did you try to use the pass or hint cards?

wow thats really good

nice work i loved every bit of it. it was an original idea i must admit but there has to be at least 100 of these games around XD

To easy.

It's just a memorization game with 3 levels. Easy to beat.

matpg responds:

then try the hard mode

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3.36 / 5.00

Mar 8, 2008
4:39 PM EST