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  1. Jim Dunaway (M21-712)

    Tiny Epic Dinosaurs

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    4-player game of Tiny Epic Dinosaurs from Gamelyn Games, played on TTS. Envoy Herald: Jim Dunaway Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome In Tiny Epic Dinosaurs, breakthroughs in modern science have dinosaurs and humans existing side by side. This has allowed for a lucrative industry. Dino Ranching! Independent ranchers have begun farming dinosaurs to sell to the highest bidders for use in their high thrill theme parks. You are one of those ranchers. Do you have what it takes to out ranch your opponents and operate the most successful dinosaur farm!? Tiny Epic Dinosaurs is a 45 minute, 1-4 player game of dinosaur ranching, worker-placement and resource management. It features classic euro game mechanics with unique twists that portray the dangers of farming these prehistoric beasts. In Tiny Epic Dinosaurs, players control a team of ranchers and will be acquiring, breeding and selling dinosaurs. The game is played over 6 rounds. With each round consisting of several short phases. In phase one, players will harvest the resources from their farm that are not being consumed by dinosaurs. In phase two, players will put their ranchers to work. This phase has ranchers wrangling and buying new dinosaurs to farm, improving their farm’s security and supplies, vying for high dollar contracts, and researching technologies and unique dinosaur breeds. These unique dinosaur breeds introduce a large variety of special benefits players can utilize to separate themselves from their competition. In phase three, ranchers return to finish their day’s work at the farm. In phase four, players arrange their ranch, making sure their ranch is suitable for the types of dinosaurs they have. Phase five is the feeding phase, and every dinosaur MUST be fed. Dinosaurs that don’t eat will escape, posing a grave threat to your enclosures’ security and your other dinosaurs. Phase six is for breeding. For each pair of matching dinosaurs you have properly enclosed, you’ll welcome a new dinosaur to your farm. At the end of the game, players will receive victory points for each dinosaur they have, public and private contracts they acquired and for their research developments. The player with the most victory points, wins the game. You must already own Tabletop Simulator from Steam and have it installed: https://store.steampowered.com/app/286160/Tabletop_Simulator/ Tabletop Simulator server name: EN JD TEDINO password: Gamelyn Tabletop Simulator will be used for the audio. Please use a headset with microphone.
  2. Kevin Hoover

    Subatomic: An Atom Building Game

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    2-4-player game of Subatomic:An atom building game by Genius Games, played on Tabletop Simulator. Envoy Herald/Gamemaster: Kevin Hoover Level of Players Expected: Beginners Welcome Subatomic: An Atom Building Game is a deck-building game in which players compete to build a number of available elements, which score them points. Each player starts with the same small deck of cards that consist of proton, neutron, and electron cards. They use these cards to build upon their current atom (by playing these cards face-up as subatomic particles) in an attempt to construct one of the available element cards. Alternatively, players may use their hand of cards to purchase more powerful cards for later use (by playing them in combinations of face-down cards as energy and face-up cards as subatomic particles). Subatomic introduces a unique variation on deck-building with a highly accurate chemistry theme, with the ultimate goal of building elements to score points, but allowing many varying types of strategies. Meet in Discord, where we will host the audio. Discord link posted closer to event. From there, players will receive the server name and password to play. You must already own Tabletop Simulator from Steam and have it installed: https://store.steampowered.com/app/286160/Tabletop_Simulator/
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