Solace Update, X-Words and CrossCards Released
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Catching up on our Freeverse news, released late last week was an update to Solace. A strategy board game set in the mold of Axis & Allies, the update, which brings Solace up to version 1.04, brings with it a number of balance changes:
Jinda EmpireThe patches, which have been made available for both Mac and PC, can be downloaded from Freeverse's site.
- Added one catapult to the county just right of the Jinda Empire capital
- Moved two transports from the furthest naval fleet to the sea zone just north of the Jinda Empire capital
- Added one sloop to the sea zone which the transports which were moved to
- Added two transports to the fleet in the Kilary Stronghold sea port
People of Tarth
- Added two infantry to the vacant county just north of the People of Tarth capital
- Added one transport to the naval fleet just south of the Minx Cartel capital
In other news, Freeverse has released both X-Words and CrossCard for the Mac. Taking a cue from Scrabble, the games make use of letters and cards, respectively, and challenge players to build competitive combinations:
X-Words Deluxe is a wordmaking game that features animated opponents, a number of different boards and "scenarios", and special word lists for kids, experts, and even foreign languages such as Manx and Gaelic. It also lets you customize anything - from your own game boards, word lists, and bonus words!Those interested in trying out either title can find downloadable trial demos at Freeverse's site.
Freeverse - Solace 1.04 Released
CrossCards is what happens when you replace the letter tiles in X-Words Deluxe with playing cards. Build a good hand using your cards to score big points! You can also play against a number of animated opponents, and have the game recommend moves to you while you're learning how to play.
Freeverse - X-Words and CrossCard Released
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