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  1. A HEAVILY modified version. I just finish playing Beyond the Threshold with my VR headset, & I must tell you it was not easy. I couldn't tell what I rolled with the dice, I placed tiles upsidedown, kept grabbing the wrong cards, & I spend the whole game thinking I was playing Joe Diamond but was really playing Jenny Barnes. Also the rest of my group kept complaining they couldn't see the screen, but I must disagree with them, the screen & sound was never clearer, the only positive. All in all, take it from me, it needs a lot of work before it's VR ready.
  2. Mansions of Madness 2nd Edition has challenging puzzles? I wish they had said that on the box, or in the rules, or in the reviews, or on BoardGameGeek or perhaps been a part of the the first edition.
  3. I can see the infectious need to complain about every little thing has been spreading into our cozy little forum quite exceptionally.
  4. I too would love for FFG to add in all of the 1st edition scenarios as DLC. I would buy all of them even if they sold them separately. I like the idea of having the scenario varients of the 1st edition, perhaps having the app randomize the options/objectives to keep the players guessing.
  5. Sounds like the most terrible cultists have stolen a tome that should be well guarded. All in all it's nice to have the developers make changes for our convenience, but the app will become cluttered & unwieldy if they cater to our every whim. A camel is a horse designed by committee.
  6. Puzzles are a prominent part of Mansions of Madness experience, starting with the core box of first edition. I guess you haven't done your homework if you weren't prepared for this.Have you read through the puzzle examples in Learn To Play guide? That's just rude... try answering the question instead. Rude or not, the truth is the truth. So if anyone ever wonders why some of us refuse to buy into that "gamers are SUCH great people" b.s.? Exhibit "A.H." folks, an' no that doesn't stand for "A.rkham H.orror." Nowhere does it say this is a game about puzzles or that people who aren't brainiac from smartron V need not apply. This game is open to anyone who has the guts to try the whole "ordinary people up against extraordinary circumstances." thang. Even a "retard" like me. Deal with it. Well I don't mean to be an Arkham Horror as you put it, but the description on the box, from the publisher,in the reviews, sneak peeks, etc all mentioned cunning puzzles. Also, puzzles are ment to be challenging, I've had a difficult yet enjoyable time with them, so there's no need to put yourself down. I recommend trying to be a little less defensive & not let others get to you, it's not worth getting angry over the little things. To you as with all, I hope you have an enjoyable time gaming.
  7. Puzzles are a prominent part of Mansions of Madness experience, starting with the core box of first edition. I guess you haven't done your homework if you weren't prepared for this.Have you read through the puzzle examples in Learn To Play guide? That's just rude... try answering the question instead. Rude or not, the truth is the truth.
  8. I second your entire post. Three cheers for FFG!
  9. I wouldn't mind some PoD card packs that would give access to each of the First edition Main/FA/CotW/PoD scenarios for second edition, whether the scenarios are sold in groups or individually. I promise I'll even pick up The Silver Tablet v2 if they'll give us the chance to purchase the other scenarios (although the Silver Tablet should require FA this time, so that the byakhee that was mentioned in it could actually be used in the game as a proper monster). TakeMyMoney.jpg
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