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Coin ‘n Carry: Putting the GAME back into Social Games

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Muckbeast, Aug 30, 2011.

  1. Muckbeast

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    Coin 'n Carry: Free Online Medieval Shopkeeper Game. Sell Wares, Play Mini-Games, Rule the Leaderboards

    So many social games out there are painful clickfests with little or no actual game design behind them. Frogdice Games looks to break away from that with their new social web game, Coin 'n Carry.

    In Coin 'n Carry, you are a medieval shop keeper trying to make your mark in the world. You play mini-games to earn resources and recipes, you craft items, and you sell them in your shop.

    Along the way you compete on leaderboards, make friends, help or get helped by your friends, collect things, and engage in a variety of strategic and tactical decision making.

    This article explores the design of Coin 'n Carry while also delving into some of the intricacies of this segment of the gaming market.

    Coin 'n Carry can be played on PC or Mac, Android Phones, and Android tablets.
  2. Aran

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    Well, I HAD free time...