Continuing my challenge plays for Solitaire Games On Your Table. On May 10 we had to play a game with tiny components.
Playing Marvel Champions always puts a smile on my face. I like how it is a deck construction game for the rest of us. It's fun to play even with starter decks. When I feel like it, I'll switch out cards or try something new. The limitations this game sets for constructing your deck, make the task less daunting.
I still had some unplayed hero packs lying around, like Ant-Man and Wasp. Not only do they have the "tiny" trait, it's also printed in tiny text on the cards. Perfect.
Pretty soon I'll have to buy a magnifying glass to enjoy this hobby. 🙄
So, two new-to-me heroes today. I started with a few sessions against Rhino, to get to know the decks. Those are not about winning (though I won 😎).
Then I continued in "expert mode" and had some losses and also a win with each hero.
I had really been looking forward to playing those characters, because they have two hero forms: tiny and giant. And because I am always looking forward to new hero packs. Each one is thematic and brings something unique to the plays. I'm more interested in the heroes than in the villains.
I can't say these are among my favourites right away. Maybe later, if I team them up or play against some other villain. Oh well.
Tiny Test... Half a century ago I had 20/15 vision, but now, as I try to read the text on my eye-drops bottle it's like, "This fuckin' print is microscopic!"
As you pointed-out, JW, a lot of text is gettin' really pee-wee. Soon I'll need one of these to play games. 😄
The game looks fun, though. Is it a Deck-Builder? I like Deck & Engine-Builders (Bag-Builders, too).
P.S. Antman and Wasp. Fun movies.