Jun 09

1.0.5.x

New version adds a lot of bugfixes, some small but necessary features and fixes the placements a bit.

  • Fixed the participate command which was mistakenly put under the table menu. The same command can now also take agents out of missions (in case they are removed via card effects)
  • Prevented Inactive cards from performing a briefing
  • Added “Discard a random card” action, to the hand menu.
  • You can now cancel current mission (in case it was started by mistake)
  • You can now pull out agents from the team with a special table menu action. Simply target the agents you want to pull out and use it.
  • “Fresh Leader” markers will be removed at the debriefing phase.
  • Inactive gear won’t ask you if you want it to participate in missions if you double click it.
  • Fixed King Maul’s Craft.
  • Fixed Setup placement to be a bit more bunched up in the middle.
  • Fixed activating leader placement to pop-into the middle of the table which is a bit more obvious.
  • Fixed Discarding Target Cards
Jun 09

A work in progress – Mage Wars

Update!

The day was very productive so the first version of the module is available now. Click on INSTALL and follow the instructions.

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Jun 07

New A:NR analysis posted

99th statsHollis has just released the second part of his analysis of the balance on the 99th percentile of A:NR OCTGN users. He actually crunched the Glicko-2 rating of the players in the 40k dataset and set about seeing how the runner-corporation balance sits in matches between high-rated players.

Definitely worth taking a look.

As an aside, I’ve now also created a Statistics page, where I compile links to such interesting articles and also provide the raw data dump for people who want to do further analysis.

Jun 06

1.0.4.x

New version finally brings working card attachment of gear.

  • Now when you play a card as a gear, you need to have one of your active or inactive agent cards targeted or it will abort.
  • Cards played as gear will be attached to their host card automatically at the right placement
  • When retiring an agent card, all attached gear is also automatically trashed.
  • When activating a agent played as gear, or a gear played as agent, those cards will be automatically discarded.
Jun 06

VS System on OCTGN

vs-logoThe Vs. System Trading card game brings characters and storylines from Marvel, DC Comics and Hellboy universes. This groundbreaking TCG is full of strategy and depth. You can select your favorite characters of all time and build a deck around them to compete with against a friend. The game can be as easy or complex as you like. The open-ended nature of deck construction mean that you can build the most intricate combo-decks or simple, straight forward combat decks. This game really has everything.

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Jun 05

TopTier Gaming League

I just added a link to the currently ongoing TopTier Gaming SW League on the right. Take a look and take part 🙂

Jun 03

Dune CCG on OCTGN

SandwormA collectible card game (CCG) set in the Dune universe. Players are the heads of Minor Houses (sponsored by one of the familiar factions, e.g. Atreides) attempting to become a Great House and join the Landsraad.

Listen, friend. Times are hard, but the winds of change are in the air, brought about like you and I. Look at this planet, Arrakis. The people here are oppressed; abuses are so commonplace in the Imperium that they are no longer noticed. Only we can make the changes that are so obviously necessary. Support our motions before the Landsraad, and we will use our influence to secure your admission to the High Council.

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Jun 03

Netrunner CCG on OCTGN

Netrunner s an asymmetrical cyberpunk Card Game for two players. Set in the dystopian future of Cyberpunk 2020, the game pits an anonymous megacorporation and its massive resources against the subversive talents of lone runners.

Netrunner Logo(This is the original Netrunner game from 1996. If you’re looking for Android:Netrunner from Fantasy Flight Games, go here)

The game takes place in the third decade of the 21st century of R. Talsorian’s Cyberpunk ® roleplaying game, in which runners hack into computer systems of mega-corporations in order to liberate classified information known as agendas.

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Jun 03

7th Sea on OCTGN

7th Sea is a card game about swashbuckling pirates, ruthless privateers and even undead horrors from Davy Jones’ locker. A card game for 2-6 players

7thSea Logo7th Sea is a game of high seas swashbuckling and ship-to-ship combat. In 7th Sea, you are the captain of a ship fighting for control of the seas of Théah. Whether you want to board your opponents and fight with swords, blast them with your cannons, or simply ram them to the bottom of the sea, you will organize your crew and adventure across the seas until the time is right to strike.

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Jun 03

Doomtown:Reloaded on OCTGN

A western themed card game, marying poker, town building, and maneuvering. Doomtown has players taking the part of gangs, called ‘outfits,’ trying to gain control of the California boomtown known as Gomorrah, in the same Weird West setting as the popular Deadlands RPG. This game works very well for more than 2 players.

DeadlandsThe year is 1877, but the history is not our own. The Civil War grinds on. A huge earthquake has sunk California into the sea and formed a labyrinth of sea-canyons known as the Great Maze. The Sioux have retaken the Dakotas. The Coyote Confederation dances the Ghost Dance on the high plains. Monsters stalk the deserts and prowl the dark streets of the boomtowns. And the dead walk among us.

But where there are monsters, so there are heroes—hex-slingin’ hucksters, Bible-thumpin’ preachers, deadly gunfighters, fearless American Indians, wizened shamans, and mad scientists armed with weird steampunk gadgets.

Gomorra, called “Doomtown,” needs such heroes. A huge vein of the superfuel known as ghost rock was struck in the Maze there, turning it into a boomtown. Miners search the caverns or chip at the faces of the Maze’s towering mesas. After them come bartenders and soiled doves, outlaws and law dogs, politicians and other hard-bitten folk, all desperate to fleece the miners of the rock they spend their days scratching out of the unforgiving canyon walls.

Gomorra’s a hard place, and most that come to town these days seem to leave it in a pine box.

That’s why they call it Doomtown.

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