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SteveMarroni

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  1. I tried it on my iPhone, which is much newer than my iPad, and it worked. So the app must not work on older iPads. Thanks for your feedback, everyone.
  2. I did get an email back from the company asking for more information to pass on to their developers. Hopefully soon they'll let me know if it's on my end or if it's some bug they have to fix. We had a blast playing the game until it crashed.
  3. I downloaded it from the Apple store, and I'm playing it on my iPad Mini 2. It's a bit of an older iPad, but it has the latest operating system. I never have problems running Mansions of Madness on this device.
  4. Is anyone else running into this problem? Right after we finished Chapter 1 (and lost), instead of going to the campfire scene, the app crashed. I tried a few times, and it crashed each time after giving the end-of-the-chapter text. Is it my device, or are other people having problems, too?
  5. This is fantastic! I'm a new painter, so I will be following your videos. Are the flesh tones used here for the orcs and goblins the common flesh tones in the Lord of the Rings books and moves? In D&D, it seems goblins are green and orcs tend to be grey. That's not a criticism of the color schemes in these videos, they look awesome. I'm just trying to figure out what colors I should use when I start my painting adventure. Also, the goblin miniatures look more like the Moira orcs in the movie. Were those actually goblins? Thanks! Steve
  6. Pure speculation, but what if the reason they have been so slow with releases is because they're gearing up for a second edition of the game? An Endor release could cap off the first edition, and the third movie of the new trilogy can herald the new app-based Imperial Assault (or First Order Fight?). It's all pure speculation, and probably wishful thinking.
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