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System Crash is a CCG that is both offline and has everything included in the base game from the get-go. There are no In-App Purchases and it looks like a fine experience that people who like CCG's will enjoy.

I have added a wish-list item into the games request pages in case anyone would like to vote. You can find out more about the game [and the fact that it already has a potential drm-free release] here:

https://www.gog.com/wishlist/games/system_crash

Thank you for your time reading this and thank you for voting. I would love to see System Crash here.

[I am not the developer, etc. I am just an incredibly interested party.]
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lostwolfe:
Might be wise to include a link to the official site:
http://www.systemcrashgame.com/
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lostwolfe: System Crash is a CCG that is both offline and has everything included in the base game from the get-go. There are no In-App Purchases and it looks like a fine experience that people who like CCG's will enjoy.

I have added a wish-list item into the games request pages in case anyone would like to vote. You can find out more about the game [and the fact that it already has a potential drm-free release] here:

https://www.gog.com/wishlist/games/system_crash

Thank you for your time reading this and thank you for voting. I would love to see System Crash here.

[I am not the developer, etc. I am just an incredibly interested party.]
I'd rather not have the System Crash... oh its a game :o) Ok, I will vote.
Have you tried turning it off and on again?

oh.. It crashed for me too, and burned..
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lostwolfe:
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omega64: Might be wise to include a link to the official site:
http://www.systemcrashgame.com/
thank you kindly.

i included that particular bit in the wishlist entry, but it can't hurt to have it here.
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mike_cesara: Have you tried turning it off and on again?

oh.. It crashed for me too, and burned..
hack the planet?
Post edited May 24, 2016 by lostwolfe
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mike_cesara: Have you tried turning it off and on again?

oh.. It crashed for me too, and burned..
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lostwolfe: hack the planet?
look closer at these pictures..

Did you know about demo?
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lostwolfe: hack the planet?
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mike_cesara: look closer at these pictures..

Did you know about demo?
oddly: i never put those two things together until you explicitly mentioned them. that is awesome. thanks.

and yup. downloaded the demo to play around with it. i think the demo's a little overtuned [it's a bit tricky to get new cards unless you do some amount of grinding - and the non-starter missions get absurd very quickly unless you keep pace] but i liked what i saw there.
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lostwolfe: oddly: i never put those two things together until you explicitly mentioned them. that is awesome. thanks.
I know, I am not easy to follow..
So is this like a card game?
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lostwolfe: oddly: i never put those two things together until you explicitly mentioned them. that is awesome. thanks.
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mike_cesara: I know, I am not easy to follow..
nah. i mean:

i've seen some of those cards in the demo.

until we got to talking about hackers, i literally didn't make the connection. and then a lightbulb went on over my head. :)
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IronArcturus: So is this like a card game?
indeed.

think: microprose's magic: the gathering - where it's all single player all the time, [for the most part for that game, anyway] - with little quests you go on and everything. as you complete the quests you earn rewards in the form of different cards to add into your deck - or you can go to the in-game store and spend money you make during quests to buy new cards for use in your deck.

the difference between it and the microprose game is - of course - that it's setting is out and out cyberpunk. like, late 80's early 90's cyberpunk, in fact.

the demo is worth exploring [if you don't mind that the demo is /very/ overtuned and you will get your butt handed to you - so you will have to do some amount of grinding.]
Post edited May 25, 2016 by lostwolfe
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IronArcturus: So is this like a card game?
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lostwolfe: indeed.

think: microprose's magic: the gathering - where it's all single player all the time, [for the most part for that game, anyway] - with little quests you go on and everything. as you complete the quests you earn rewards in the form of different cards to add into your deck - or you can go to the in-game store and spend money you make during quests to buy new cards for use in your deck.
Interesting! So does the game allow the user to save at any time?
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lostwolfe: indeed.

think: microprose's magic: the gathering - where it's all single player all the time, [for the most part for that game, anyway] - with little quests you go on and everything. as you complete the quests you earn rewards in the form of different cards to add into your deck - or you can go to the in-game store and spend money you make during quests to buy new cards for use in your deck.
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IronArcturus: Interesting! So does the game allow the user to save at any time?
the way it seemed to me in the demo - and this may have changed, i'm not sure - but once you're in a "run" [or playing the card game that comprises most of the bulk of the game] it probably won't save your turn-state or your board layout as it is right then. but the minute you exit that, it automatically saves what happened just prior.

so, suppose you won a match against the ai in the tournament and you had two matches prior + this one [for a total of three] and you won 500 credits + another 100 as a bonus and you were at 400. your total would become 1,000 and it would write that to the save game file.

i'll fire up the demo quickly and see if i can save the state of the game while a "run" is in progress, but i don't think that'll work, because i think you have to actually physically concede to save.

result: being in a "match" meant i couldn't save. i had to actually concede to get to a point where i had to save.

alt-f4'ing didn't write anything to the save file either.

so, not "save anywhere while in a match" but "more-or-less save anywhere when outside."

[note! this is my experience with the demo. things may be different in the live/actual game.]
Post edited May 25, 2016 by lostwolfe