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Sensou 1.5
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Date added: December 1 2011
Description: New and improved version of the domination game Sensou. Sensou is a world domination board game where players can play over 6 continents in order to conquer the world. Single player and Multiplayer campaings. In multiplayer, up to 6 players can battle on a single map. Multiplayer has also the bonus troops option. TO REDUCE CPU USAGE: Turn the ocean animation off during gameplay (click on the red circle on the control panel).
Instructions: At the very first turn, players are only allowed to place their troops. Then, each turn consists of 4 actions: - Place troops - Attacking and conquering countries - Moving troops (to any neighbour countries) - End turn Attacker can use up to 3 dices and defense up to 2. It’s not allowed moving troops to a new conquered country and continue attacking. If you move any troop, you can not attack anymore. You can move your troops to multiple countries but they must be neighbours. In multiplayer, players have the option to allow bonus troops. When active, this option gives players extras troops if they conquered at least on country last turn. IF you have any doubt, take a look on the in game how to.
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