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Petroni2

Adjustable difficulty level

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 Hi! I love this game and all and I'm eagerly expecting the update (any ETA on that?), but I'd really like to make a suggetion:

- Give us difficulty levels, please! The game has become too easy. I find myself playing with 4 random characters and sttck with them in order to make it more challenging.

The game has become too easy. I find myself playing with 4 random characters and stick with them in order to make it more challenging. But I would love to raise number of stars needed to win, for example. (like 15 instead of 14 would make a big difference. 16 would be a hard challenge). I think it's an easy thing to do in terms of code and it would give much more replayability to the game.

 

Thanks!

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 Nah..
I rather wait for new AO to be released..

Two new are on our doorsteps, one (Yig) as a free update and one Cuthulhu as a in-app DLC..

To bad Yig is an easier alternetiv, but Cuthulhu is hopfully harder. They never said anything about his difficulty though.. ..

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 Go play with Cthulhu, he's cuddly. Really. Not difficult at all, nope, no siree.

*peers at investigators, all with SAN 0*

*hides them*

*CHEESY GRIN*

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 Agreed. I just bought this app for my iPod and while I'm still learning, figuring out strategies and remain mildly optimistic that I can win a game, my ass was beautifully kicked over the past four games I've played. 

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Btw, I'm new to the Lovecraftian milieu. Hells, I'm new to gaming. Grew up with a loathing of games - not because I was playing uninteresting fare (which I suppose is possible), but because I was a miserable sport.

Now I have two little children and in teaching them patience, storytelling, unleashing one's imagination, teamwork, character-building losing, and how to not be like their dad was when he was a kid, I found my way to board games. Last fall, I picked up the LOTR: LCG and I went down the rabbit hole. Not only do I enjoy the fantastical worlds provided by FFG et al, gamers are cool and fascinating people. A newbie like me has felt very welcomed. 

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