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Thursday, 19 May 2011 14:12 | United States
Thanks for all the kind words
Friday, 29 April 2011 14:12
great site, congratulations.
Sunday, 20 March 2011 02:49 | Paris
Bon site, merci pour votre travail, continuez :-)
Saturday, 12 March 2011 05:06 | Oakland, California
Neat place. I saw the rules of Crossfire on Boardspace.net, but they were less clear. I misunderstood one rule, but when I saw the correct rule here, I liked my misunderstanding better. What if you made the maximum stacking height be not the number of neighbors the hex has, but the number of neighboring pieces? Could be chaotic, but you'd have all kinds of interesting issues of concentration and dispersal. And it would have a bit of the Game of Life to it then, too.
I admit, I haven't tried it, and I see some problems. But I like the idea...
Thanks for the games!
Actually a similar mechanism can be found in an adapted form in Mu (where 'Virginity' consists of the 'pieces').
You can find Mu in The Field.
Sunday, 28 November 2010 17:14
Hi guys, I've long been a fan of MindSports and I look forward to playing Oust here. Thanks Christian
We're glad to have it
Monday, 15 November 2010 21:46
Hi Christian, It seems Havannah activity has gone very low on your site. My rating has vanished too allthough it wasnt that high How is your 2010 Havannah bet going? Regards, Paul.
Yes, most are over at Little Golem: http://www.littlegolem.net/jsp/games/gamedetail.jsp?gtid=havannah
I'm playing there too, here we've got other things on the brain.
Peter van Heun
Wednesday, 15 September 2010 12:11
I seems not possible to play Mindsport on a mobile phone.
Not yet, but somewhere in the future we hope to enter the apps business.
Thursday, 01 July 2010 12:31
Is it possible for Mindsports to make public all the games of Havannah that where ever played at Mindsports? Perhaps as one SGF file.
Sorry, no. We do not keep a record of all the games ever played. Finished games are kept for a month (at most).
Wednesday, 30 June 2010 20:08
Would it be possible for Mindsports to send out some sort of eMail when a game is in danger of becoming timed out and to prompt the player to make a move.
One of my games timed out recently. Even though I was losing and on the point of resigning, an eMail notification would have been nice.
Hello Dariusz, We _do_ send out a notification for games that are about to expire - about a week before. However, the system has been known to sometimes fail in this regard. We apologize for that. Luckily, no harm was done. cheers, Ed
Sunday, 20 June 2010 19:42 | Russia
Hi, my chessfriends. Go in my site: http://gladiators-chess.ru Gladiators chess: download opening book and games, chessnews, forum. Welcome!
Nice site, but I can't make much of the Russian texts. You should contact Arty Sandler of iGGamesCenter. He's Russian and can possibly help you with Gladiator Chess. I can't even make out if it's a Chess variant or a Chess program