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Kinda Quappy: Quarriors Review

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22 Aug 2011 20:55 #268501 by san il defanso
I love...

I love dice. I love the feeling of having a handful of plastic shapes in my hand, and I love the thrill of throwing them and trusting that chance will pay off for you. Dice-based combat is almost always my preferred method of resolving conflict in games, like in Nexus Ops. And if I'm going for a short filler-length game, then a dice game like Roll Through the Ages or Zombie Dice is usually my choice. So you can imagine my thrill when I first heard word of Quarriors, the new "dice-building" game from Wizkids. I have a fondness for deck-building as a mechanic, and hey, dice can only help, right? And despite the mind-numbing title, it looked really good. Packaged in an attractive tin with over 100 custom dice and nice cards, Quarriors looks like it's ready for the big leagues. But my first game was...inconclusive. It's very disorienting to not be sure of your opinion of a game. It seems to have had all the elements that I would love, but I certainly didn't come away with tons of affection for those piles of dice. What happened?

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