Mafia City H5: Free to play MMORPG browser game in a MAFIA World
Posted by karoniee on August 15th, 2018
Then there’s War, which is fun when it happens but isn’t guaranteed to occur. At the start of each round, a subset of the territories are randomly chosen as War Provinces that will be worth points at the end of the round to whoever controls each of them. Players then spend the round marshaling troops and resources, setting up alliances, possibly betraying each other, and moving troops into position for potential fights.
The mafia pc game is a game unto itself, as players then bid coins on four different “war advantages,” with the highest bidder getting to execute that specific action, after which the strengths of the different forces are measured and a winner is declared. The war advantages include getting to use Ronin tokens to boost your strength, taking one opposing figure as a hostage, or committing seppuku, forfeiting the battle but gaining one victory point and one honor point (a relatively unimportant metric in the game that can determine turn order and helps break ties) for each of your own figures you choose to kill.
The game suggests it’s for three to five players, but with only three players it runs into two problems. One is that any round will inevitably become a two-against-one setup, which will hardly seem fair to the one and doesn’t make for a particularly fun or challenging experience. The other is that the map’s size and the random selection of territories that bring rewards in that round mean that you can easily go a round or two without any conflict on the board.
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