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:iconmsolec2000:
When you say that a princess must capture the piece in the next space when moving "unicorn-like", does it mean that you cannot do the move if there is no piece to capture, or just that you must capture an enemy piece in that spot if there is one?
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:iconcatspaw-dtp-services:
Your first interpretation is the correct one: If there is no piece to capture, the princess cannot make that move.

It is entirely possible for the board to be arranged in such a way that the princess can’t move at all using any of its three options, though I concede that achieving such an arrangment may not be easy.
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:iconmill-stone:
When I first saw this game, I thought it was interesting but I was too lazy to assemble it and find other players.
The trailer for the computer version got my interest again.
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:iconcatspaw-dtp-services:
Good! I hope you enjoy it when it becomes available.
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:iconrelgukxilef:
Hi there!
How do you want us to credit you in the game? Should we use your real name or your username?
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:iconcatspaw-dtp-services:
Hee! I saw the trailer mentioned on Equestria Daily, and I immediately went over to watch it. Congratulations! Cool music, and the user interface has some nice highlighting. Lots of work there, I imagine.

Thanks so much for the credit, though you folks may want to correct my user name in the description from “DPS” to “DTP” (for desktop publishing). I’m guessing whomever posted the trailer plays a lot of MMOs. :-)
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:iconcatspaw-dtp-services:
Either way, or both, is fine; if you prefer to use my real name you can find it on my profile page!

—Dave
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:iconpopcorn0908090809:
Are you going to do a print run?
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:iconcatspaw-dtp-services:
I am in the process of producing a handful of game sets as gifts for family, but currently have no plans to produce anything more.
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:iconrelgukxilef:
In case you're interested: While writing the AI for our digital version of the game I started gathering some statistics.
Out of 99,669 randomly chosen game courses only two (0.002%) didn't end in a tie. It's a though game if you don't have well thought-out strategies!
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