Michael Schacht's Web of Power Card Game: The Duel Games for iPhone/iPad
Michael Schacht's Web of Power Card Game: The Duel Games for iPhone/iPad

Michael Schacht's Web of Power Card Game: The Duel Games for iPhone/iPad

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From Michael Schacht, the award-winning designer of Coloretto and Zooloretto.

In Schacht's Web of Power games you battle opponents across a landscape of 12th century Europe, trying to influence the great powers that rule the Dark Ages. The Duel Card Game depicts that conflict using a set of tiles that players will claim over the course of a game. By tactically placing ownership markers and taking tiles, you will achieve the majority control required to influence the countries and powers of Europe.
Four different opponents, each with their own personality, challenge you at a variety of difficulty levels to make the game very replayable.

Web of Power Card Game: The Duel is built on the same successful MobileEuroCard platform that was used to create Michael Schacht's Gold and Reiner Knizia's High Society, Kingdoms, Money, and Modern Art: The Card Game. Simple gestures allow you to take tiles and move markers. Everything is animated, for a colorful play experience.

Previously released as the tabletop game Richelieu, The Duel has now returned to its intended Dark Ages theming.

Michael Schacht's Web of Power Card Game: The Duel Games ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Current Version:
Varies with device
16.88 MB
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Prove who REALLY pulls the strings in Midieval Europe Posted by

I just played my first game and, while a little confused still on some aspects, find it a cute straight forward game. You are presented with a play field of cards 4 tall and 12 wide with various country and power symbols. Your turns consist of two phases, first you can pick up 1-2 of the cards (always, almost like Mahjong Solitaire, from the right or left most edges) and then in the next phase you can drop an ownership marker on any currently unclaimed card on the board (doing so will make picking up that card much more difficult, although not impossible, for another player). The goal in this game is to own the most symbols of each of the 8 countries and 3 powers. Having 0 symbols of a given country or power will net you a -5 penalty at the end whereas, for each country or symbol you do own the majority of I think you score a 5. The trick then is to try to own the majority in as many countries and symbols as possible without having to go overboard (having 8 German symbols is likely a waste if your nearest competitor only has 4) and all the while trying to have at least some representation in all categories. All claimed cards are a matter of public record so all players can see at all points where they stand in each category with one interesting exception. As seen in image 1 of the AppStore, the game starts off with a number of brown discs in play. These are not ownership tokens but face down bonus symbols of some sort which you get when you claim the card they're on. Only the player that claims the card with the disc is allowed to see what symbol is hidden on the flipside. So while all players know the combined values of all other players' claimed symbols from the cards, other than knowing player X has 3 brown discs in his collection, the bonus symbols represented on those discs won't be reveled until the end of the game. P.S. I've only played 1 game against 1 opponent on Easy, but as far as I can tell, the AI seems competent as the 1 game was still a very close call in my favor.

Skotos does it again! Posted by

I've never quite been able to figure this game out. Its out of print, and the online implementations while functional are never as easy to understand. Skotos got it right. The game is amazingly deep, and fun to play. Even the easy level computer will PUNISH you for stupid mistakes. :) Immediate purchase recommended.

Excellent and different. Posted by

Very interesting game with lots of decisions. Fun to play and would be a guaranteed five stars if it had on-line play or play against a human opponent.

Great eurogame! Posted by

Really good, tricky euro style game. Tough and varied AI so you don't sus it's patterns.

Challenging solitaire game! Posted by

This is one of the best games I've played. Simple rules with deep decision making.

Too hard. Good idea but tone down the AI please. by thespaciousmind 2013-09-24

Easy mode is too difficult. Period. Someone doesn't understand what EASY means... And the faster you play the less likely you'll win. Every turn requires deep thought and careful analysis of your card counts compared to the AI's card counts. And doing that gets tedious due to the cycling of numbers in the UI. BAD DESIGN choice. ALL of those counts should always be visible. We shouldn't have to cycle through them every turn, but you have to in order to compare numbers and have a chance of winning. And why can't we see the CURRENT SCORE, DURING A MATCH??? This game does show it till a match is over. LAME. The goal is to get the highest score. Leaving it out until the match ends = another BAD DESIGN choice. Either way, easy should be EASY. Easy in this game is screwed up... Way too hard. Not recommending this game to anyone.

Pretty boring by Loganeer 2012-10-07

This game should not be called Web of Power. That name is only reserved for the greatest area majority board game of all time, with the latest version being "China." I wish someone would make the real board game into an app. This card version is pretty dull and uninspired.

Good game by Readerjoe93 2014-05-30

Wish I could give it 5 stars but can't for these reasons: sloths tech promised all their games you'll have multiplayer support. Didn't happen yet. And the game crashed when I got a ownership special chip. When the computer got it it was fine. Fun game otherwise.

No 2 player by MettikSvetik 2012-04-04

What a bummer This would be an excellent game for two players on ipad I would have given 5 stars had this been the case