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42 Squares

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May 9, 2015 | 5:12 AM EDT

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Players take turns rolling the die. Players will move across the squares according to the die rolled. Landing on a red square will cause players to warp back. Landing on a blue square will cause players to warp forward. Players must land on the 42nd square to win! Going past 42 will cause players to start over. You can play the game by using "Mouse" or by touching. (On touch screens).



Rated 4 / 5 stars

wasn't too bad my friend...keep it up


Rated 0 / 5 stars

I dont want roll the the DIE :c


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Snakes And Ladders
Except, on a smaller board and with less well defined snakes and ladders.
To be honest it is a shitty board game to start with (snakes and ladders) being of the pure chance variety.
But putting aside my taste in board games, what you've made works. So I kind of have to pass it.
I'm pretty grateful you've reduced the size to 42 squares rather than 100. Although warping back and forth to unspecified squares is a little disheartening. Part of the fun of snakes and ladders (or male strip clubs) is to look around and find the largest snake. Not knowing how bad or good each warp square is, takes out some of the fun that comes with the anticipation of landing on one of those squares (or at least in my opinion).

So: The game does its job, but has lost some of the charm of an actual board game.

P.S. I applaud you for using the word "die" which is the correct singular form of "dice" (for anybody else who doesn't know).

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Rated 2 / 5 stars

Let me start by saying, I love the simplicity of it.
As I'm playing this solo, a lot of the fun will be lost on me. However, this version of ladders and snakes got repetitive rather quickly. If the graphics and sound effects were improved, and I would have a friend to play this, then it could be quite entertaining.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

It's nice, but there's really nothing to it. All the player really does is click the die and hope that they 'rolled' a good number. There isn't a lot of player interaction involved, something I'm a certain stickler for, but overall, it's a cute concept that I hope is made into something more stand-out and unique.