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 By Namik  Zade. Aliens Vs Predators Episode II (Larry Smith`s Version). Missing description (10x10, Cells: 100) [All Comments] [Add Comment or Rating]
Jeremy Good wrote on 2006-06-19 UTC
This is a little complicated. It would be helpful to see a zillions implementation of this.

Namik Zade wrote on 2006-05-07 UTC
Okey Larry! Then coming soon Episode 3.

Larry Smith wrote on 2006-05-07 UTC
Now imagine a three-handed game with Humans thrown in. ;-)

It might be a weaker force, but gains power by co-operation. Whether with
its own pieces or those of the Predator. For example, a Human which is
adjacent another Human doubles its striking distance. Or if it is adjacent
a Predator, it might take on the characteristics of that particular piece.
But alone, it would be rather pitiful.

Namik Zade wrote on 2006-05-07 UTC
They (Eggs) can be destroyed by long-range pieces. As the square where is located an Egg itself not infected. And the piece which killed an Egg, will be not infected, too. Game rules are picked up so that as much as possible to come nearer to the version of famous moves.

Claudio Martins Jaguaribe wrote on 2006-05-07 UTCAverage ★★★
I have a problem with the eggs and the Queen.

The eggs seem the perfect piece, because it's kind of too hard to beat
it.

The Queen uses the symbol of the Knightrider+Queen. A very powerful piece
to never goes in play. In some movies it had a major role, like in the
movie 2 when Ripley fights her with a battlesuit.

How, without a piece capabe to capture witout never coming near the eggs
and the Queen, can the Predators win?

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