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Roberto Lavieri wrote on 2003-08-10 UTCGood ★★★★
The game is going on. I abuse to say that it is now very playable, although
it is not going to be my favorite. One great point is that it is
different, and other is that it is a lesson: It is not easy to construct
good games by committee, some systemic vision of the entire game is
needed. Luotuoqi variants is the point: How to use local 'fantastic
ideas' to construct a playable game? . It is still the revision of the
Tower of Hanoi and its insertion in a better manner in the game. is it
necessary?. Depends. By the way, thanks, Michael. Good job. And thanks to
the others that made possible the game: Good lesson.
I´m not going to comment new things for about 10-15 days.(little vacation
trip). What are going to be the news?. I expect interesting things from
the TCVP community...

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