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Wagic 100$ mod contest: vote for your favorite entry!


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22 Responses

  1. Shinny says:

    Well i liked Temple of Wololo…

  2. Suzaku says:

    The three of them are very well done, as you said. To choose “the one” is quite difficult, but i’d say “Thicker than Water”, which seemed a bit more fun (nothing concrete huh, just a feeling).

    Not really useful, sorry ^^

    “May the blessing of wololo continue to descend upon you” !

  3. XSpalter says:

    i will test the mods tomorro

  4. ken says:

    Which one should I pick?…
    #1 is useful, #2 is creative, #3 is well-written.

    and the winner is…
    “Thicker Than Water,” what can I say, I’m a *** for RPGs

    • Relentless says:

      They’re all different things and they’re all amazing;
      My Votes in order:
      #1 – It’s a must have, not much to it but I can’t imagine being without it again.
      #3 – Excellent campaign although it feels like it’s being cocky.
      #2 – A totally awesome expansion but I’m to busy with MtG to play KvD, sorry.

  5. connectmeplease says:

    Man, If I had known about this contest, I would have made a game. Good luck to the competitors!

  6. S4r0m says:

    I think the KvD is the best, because it opens a whole new game and the community can contribuite to build expansions and rules to make it bigger…
    And i think the effort to create a whole set of cards, rules and even it’s own images is worth those 100 bucks.

    The temple of wololo, like ppl says: it’s a must have, as simple as it sounds: wth! players must have that quest.

    TTW is a campaign, it gives you some story, something to read and a reason to defeat some nasty zombie decks.

    All 3 mods contribuite to improve the experience with WTH! and make it one of the most amazing homebrews ever.

  7. Vikta says:

    Temple of Wololo… naturally.

    I’m currently giving 2nd to KvD, I keep flipping the coin over then back again simply because it ‘feels’ better.

  8. jwilkes99999 says:

    Jwilkes here. I just wanted to say that I made my mod knowing that it was a double edge sword. Most people use wagic to play mtg so I figured a non-mtg mod might not get the attention a good mtg mod would but I also know that wololo is going to need an open source game to distribute with wagic on the android market and after playing KnD I thought it would be an amazing game too expand for that reason. I absolutely loved playing it but the lack of decks and card images made me miss wagic, so I figured why not add this stuff and see if other people like it too.

  9. sandeshnep says:

    This is a great way to keep wagic alive; port it on android! 🙂 I hope this becomes as good as it is on psp!

  10. /bin/bash says:

    wololo would you care to take a MISSION eggs and groped to put the PSP into a new console fimware xperia play. it would be possible? so you have to dual boot and suffering psp?

  11. /bin/bash says:

    Xperia play in transforming psp

  12. sarel says:

    In the campaign thicker than water, during the battle with the artifacts, my PSP freezes and crashes. Does this happen to anyone else? Does anyone know how to fix it?

  13. Krisys says:

    I vote for TTW 🙂

  14. Toben says:

    Yeah, I’m gonna put in a vote for Thicker Than Water; I’m a *** for a storyline.

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