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Friday, September 3, 2010

Many thanks to the readers of this blog for visiting, commenting, correcting my mistakes, and spreading the word. When I started this blog, I expected my target audience to be confined to the tiny red dot called Singapore. I really did not expect the worldwide audience that now reads this blog.


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5 comments:

  1. I'm from America, but I'm of Chinese heritage. I've played the Western (and original) version of this game, Bang!, for many years, and of course I was interested when I heard of this Chinese version. I was fortunate enough to try it a couple of months ago with a couple of international students from the PRC, and I found out that Sanguosha is definitely Bang! on steroids. They play out differently, with different strategies.

    I'd like to know, Ricky, have you tried Bang before?

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  2. Hey! Well I'm currently in the Philippines, but I'll be back in the states soon! And I agree with Red China, Sanguosha definitely has a lot more strategies involved than the regular Bang!

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  3. Red China: I've heard of Bang! but i've never played it. Many board game afficionados have said that SGS is an imitation of Bang! and are quick to jump on the China-does-not-respect-copyrights band wagon. Since i have not played Bang! i cannot comment on the game mechanics, but judging from the amount of thought and links to ROTK story, I think that SGS stands apart as more than just a cardgame. It has made many people like me actually interested in this 700 year old story.

    Ryan: You must contributed 80% of the pageviews in Philippines!! haha!!

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  4. Actually, Da Vinci had actually given Yoka a cease-and-desist letter. No idea on where that went, I think even they realized that SGS was unique...if it's a ripoff, this ripoff's production values are freakin' high.

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  5. Really?! Wow for all we know the "jury" might still be out. These things take a notoriously long time.

    Anyhoo, there's no stopping this game now. Even if YOKA stops production, there are more than enough imitations out there to ensure a constant supply.

    I agree with you that this "ripoff" is QUALITY!

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