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icostaw
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  Question about TTR Steam Version Thu, 11 October 2012 03:11
Hi..
I want to ask about TTR Steam version
is there any local co-op in steam version?
all i know there is local co-op in iPad version

I will buy it if there is this feature, because I want to play with my brother & sister (yeah, we only have 1 computer)

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Re:Question about TTR Steam Version Thu, 11 October 2012 04:02
icostaw wrote on Thu, 11 October 2012 05:11

Hi..
I want to ask about TTR Steam version
is there any local co-op in steam version?
all i know there is local co-op in iPad version

I will buy it if there is this feature, because I want to play with my brother & sister (yeah, we only have 1 computer)

Thanks for clarifying Smile


I don't believe there is a way to play the Steam version with lots of people on the same machine. I think you could play online and share the computer by letting each person take a turn, but it wouldn't be against each other.

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Re:Question about TTR Steam Version Thu, 11 October 2012 08:06
rasmussen81 wrote on Wed, 10 October 2012 22:02



I don't believe there is a way to play the Steam version with lots of people on the same machine. I think you could play online and share the computer by letting each person take a turn, but it wouldn't be against each other.

Someone correct me if I'm wrong on this! Cool


so there is no local co-op?
What's the point playing with each person take a turn against random people?!
the point play local co-op is we can play against each other Very Happy

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Re:Question about TTR Steam Version Thu, 11 October 2012 09:23
icostaw wrote on Thu, 11 October 2012 10:06

rasmussen81 wrote on Wed, 10 October 2012 22:02



I don't believe there is a way to play the Steam version with lots of people on the same machine. I think you could play online and share the computer by letting each person take a turn, but it wouldn't be against each other.

Someone correct me if I'm wrong on this! Cool


so there is no local co-op?
What's the point playing with each person take a turn against random people?!
the point play local co-op is we can play against each other Very Happy


No, I don't believe there is any local co-op on the computer version. There's pass-and-play with the iPad version, but the computer version was designed to either play against the AI (computer) or against other people online.

If taking turns doesn't appeal, you could just take turns playing games! When you know what you're doing and you play against one other person who knows what they're doing, your online game only lasts about 15 minutes so that's not too long to wait.

If you want to play co-op, I think your best system would be to buy a copy of the board game itself and play that at the dining room table! It's more fun than the digital version anyway!! Very Happy Granted, it takes more time...but still. Cool
      
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Re:Question about TTR Steam Version Thu, 11 October 2012 15:54
rasmussen81 wrote on Thu, 11 October 2012 03:23



No, I don't believe there is any local co-op on the computer version. There's pass-and-play with the iPad version, but the computer version was designed to either play against the AI (computer) or against other people online.

If taking turns doesn't appeal, you could just take turns playing games! When you know what you're doing and you play against one other person who knows what they're doing, your online game only lasts about 15 minutes so that's not too long to wait.

If you want to play co-op, I think your best system would be to buy a copy of the board game itself and play that at the dining room table! It's more fun than the digital version anyway!! Very Happy Granted, it takes more time...but still. Cool


Ok Thanks for clarifying Smile
I guess I will not buy this game if it's doesn't have local co-op feature Sad
I don't understand why developer add feature pass-and-play in iPad version (local co-op) but didn't give the same feature in steam version?! Confused
      
    
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