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    MiniLD 33

    MiniLD #33, hosted by Henry McLaughlin

    Theme: Doodles

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    Souffle Scuffle - Entity2d - Mini LD Entry

    A board game for 2 players. The goal is to eliminate the other team by eating their souffles.

    You can move as many souffles as you want during a turn
    You can only attack once per turn
    You can't attack from the front
    Attacking from behind deals double damage
    If you attack a chocolate souffle, you won't be able to attack next turn.
    Chocolate souffles deal double damage.
    Pea souffles can move more, but their turning circle is limited.
    Egg souffles can rotate more, but can only move one hex per turn.

    I haven't had time to test this game extensively, so there might be a few bugs here and there.

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    elektron says ...
    Mar 25, 2012 @ 7:59pm

    This is a great game. The only problem with it is that it makes me hungry.

    Mar 27, 2012 @ 7:31pm

    A fun little game, but it really needs an AI for a single player mode.

    I also found it hard to remember which souffles can/can't bite, so ended up wasting a lot of moves/turns. Perhaps add an option to undo my turn so I can take it again?

    Entity2d says ...
    Mar 27, 2012 @ 8:20pm

    I'm considering improving this game. I have no experience with AI, but I'll give it a shot.

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