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The Humans Are Dead


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    The humans are dead is a board game, similar to War, Catan, Kingsburg and other board games where players have to make meaningful decisions in order to beat their opponents. Players can produce and find resources to advance their civilization, build walls to protect their territory, strategically place robots to defend key locations, and collect Evolution cards that can contain any results, such as benefiting from Philosophy, Transportation systems, or some other cards that while humorous, can be not that useful. Watch your robot civilization evolve from its beginnings or fall into extinction.


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    Ifbarnard says:
    June 28, 2013, 5:01 pm

    And its cheating by being vulnerable to my D.

    Ifbarnard says:
    June 28, 2013, 4:46 pm

    It needs three playrs and online.

    Ifbarnard says:
    June 28, 2013, 4:43 pm

    Ya but theres no 3 playrs. sorry i just woke up.

    August 10, 2011, 8:58 pm

    A simple basic guideline is this: Pay close attention to what you are getting from the 'lost resource gathering' phase at the beginning of each of your turn where you have 2 dice rolled and you select from 1 to 12, depending on what the dice shows. -------- Unless you have 6 resource collectors, you will have to rely on that gathering phase for robots, walls, resources (even more so, the resesarch resource more than the others). ----- Be sure to raise your combat rating every now and then whenever you have enough of the yellow light blub (research).---- One last thing, don't over-rely on the collecters, they are more of your 'life points' rather than economic engines.The raiders will automatically swarm to whoever has the most of those collectors (and the AI tend to hold back on building those collectors of theirs).

    August 10, 2011, 8:52 pm

    Doomdrake... There's a modifier added to each roll (including yours, which mean that regardless of race selection, you still need to work on combat rating upgrades). Secondly, I spawn plenty of bots via the lost resource search (the part where 2 dice roll show up and you select what you get). If you roll a 7 and pick that 7, you will get 3 free bots each time. Sure, you can purchase bots with energy, but that's more of an afterthought bonus. As for easy mode, it's no different than the hard mode to me. It's equally easy for me to crush the robots (after a few losses).