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Sam wrote on 2009-09-16 UTC
I have played this a few times.  At first it is fun, but it is basically
just the same thing but in another dimension.  What I mean is that the
symmetry is kept, but this in the end adds no new value to the game.  It
only makes the game more complex and longer.

I noticed that the creater added some changes.  I played it under the
first rule set when it came out.

In the end I did not care for it.  When I think of 3D board games.  I
think of their being pieces which can move between planes, and those that

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