GMT Games announced that they have begun working with programmers to develop computer versions of their popular games Twilight Struggle and Labyrinth. The games will feature both solo and internet versions for play against on-line opponents. GMT wants to know if you, the gamer, are interested in playing these games in a PC format and are looking for feedback. If you are like me, you would love the chance to either get in some good practice or even challenge players you wouldn’t normally get to play against. Why don’t you let them know what you think?
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I think both titles would be excellent choices to transition to the computer game market, even though I haven’t had the opportunity to check out Labyrinth yet, but it does have the same card driven mechanic as TS and looks very, very intriguing! It would be awfully interesting to take on the CPU in a game of Twilight Struggle – which I’m sure wouldn’t make too many mistakes.
Great idea. Count me in.