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Utopia Engine (Video Review)

20 April 2013 No Comment

Utopia

Utopia Engine is a free print-and-play dice game for one player. You play an old artificer named Isodoros who is attempting to reconstruct the Utopia Engine, a fabled device from the distant past and possibly the only hope for averting the fast approaching Doomsday. You must recover the machine’s six parts from six dangerous regions and assemble the Utopia Engine before the world ends. The game uses simple dice mechanics to simulate searching the wilderness, activating and assembling powerful artifacts, and combat with artifact weapons.

Requires a printed play sheet, two six-sided dice, and a pencil with eraser.

Go check it out at Never more Games here!
~ Nevermore Games

Marco Arnaudo
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Rating: 5.0/5 (1 vote cast)
Utopia Engine (Video Review), 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 rating

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