Talisman: Digital Edition - El juego de la búsqueda mágica para 1-4 jugadores. ¡Entra en un fantástico mundo de dragones y brujería! En Talisman, eres un aventurero dispuesto a emprender un peligroso viaje en busca del tesoro defifi nitivo: la legendaria Corona de Mando.
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"Old school players of the board game will find a solid digital port while new players will find an easy introduction to this classic game."
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6 de marzo

The Highland Expansion Out Now!

The Highland is here! Brave the cold, steep slopes of The Highland region and confront the Eagle King! This new expansion adds a new board extension, six new characters and over 100 new cards.

New achievements! The Highland comes with 11 new achievements for your achievement hunting pleasure.

Cross-platform multiplayer - online games can now be played across PC, MacOSX, iOS, Android and Kindle.

Shape Shifter - this new character is available to purchase. The Shape Shifter can change into other characters and use their special abilities!

Special thanks to everyone who has helped with the testing and localisation of this update.


The issue with the AI not knowing how to cast Weakness is fixed, as well as a general improvement in how the AI uses objects and spells. Many other tweaks, fixes and improvements are included too.

http://store.steampowered.com/app/267780

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13 de enero

Update - 13th January - Mac version and free characters!

Mac version released! Free characters! New Achievements! Many bug fixes! Read on for a gigantic list of new features and fixes...

Mac Version -
The game is now available for Mac OSX. Cross-platform multiplayer works between PC & Mac. Android and iOS platforms will be added to cross-platform multiplayer in the next few weeks.

New FREE Characters -
The Pirate and Ninja are now available to select in-game and have been included for free to thank you all for your support over the last year of Talisman: Digital Edition development.
Unseen since 1986/7, these two characters are updated to fit with the 4th revised edition.
If you have the 'Standard Characters Only' House Rule on, you will not have the Pirate or Ninja in your game.
You can read the Pirate and Ninja's stats and abilities HERE -> http://www.talisman-game.com/ninja-pirate/#more-5406

New Achievements -
We've added 51 new achievements to the game, which mostly cover the expansion packs and extra characters. 11 of them are for the Highland expansion, as yet unreleased, so they cannot be achieved yet.

New House Rule -
Winner Takes All - Requires the Dungeon expansion pack.
The first player to defeat the Lord of Darkness wins the game.

Re-Join Online Games -
You can now re-join an online game without everyone having to leave and resume. If you are disconnected, or need to leave for any reason, you can re-join the game later by selecting it on the online games screen. You will return to the game at the start of the next turn.


Bug fixes (there have been many more than this, these are just a select few)...

Couldn't evade the Battle Hulk if it was encountered after casting Metamorph.
Weakness spell could be cast on someone with the Amulet.
Fireball spell had no effect against the Living Statue.
Bug with Pathfinder and Misdirection fixed.
Doppelganger was incorrectly gaining a bonus from the Bolster spell.
Fixes to some achievements that were not working correctly - Ghoul and Denied achievements plus others.
AI would sometimes cast Healing on other players when it would have been better cast on itself.
Fix for crashes when someone leaves and online game.
Blizzard now affects the Dungeon region.
Alchemist & Tinker Imp bug fixed.
Elixir of Life was giving the wrong roll results.
Players wouldn't be able to roll for the Reaper's movement if they rolled a 1 and tried to move past the Sentinel but lose.
Fixed the Bag of Carrying constantly appearing after being used.
Fixed Amazon vs. Martyr ability issue.
Crash when sacrificing a follower with the Book of Diablerie at the Prison Cell space.
Misdirection cast on a character in the Inner Region was causing the game to stop.
Fixes to Italian text.
Increased the value of the Fate Stealer to the Gambler.
Fixes to the Character Select house rule for online games.
A player with the Torch from the Dungeon could move the Reaper if one of their movement rolls was a 1, even if they used the other result.
Fixed an endless loop with an AI Elf and the Herbalist card.
Fixed too much glowing on spaces you can move to, which was causing crashes on lower spec machines.
Removed the Auto Join feature for online games. It was causing many connection problems.
Fixed being able to use the Cloak of Feathers at the Crown of Command to leave the space.
Choosing to hand in 1 follower and lose 1 life at the Vampire's Tower was causing a crash.
Ghoul character could use more than 1 raised follower in battle.
Sage could cast Twist of Fate if he had no fate, when re-rolling for his movement.
Swashbuckler could add 1 to his roll for the Carnival card incorrectly.
Resumed online games were ignoring some house rule settings, causing de-synching and crashes.
The Knight could not give 1 gold to a character if their alignment was good.
You couldn't use the Orb of Knowledge (or Prophetess' ability) on the Monster Pit space.
Marked for Glory now only works for the next die roll.
Stopped Clockwork Owl from working at the Cursed Glade.
Oaths of Vengeance card wasn't giving a modifier to the Amazon if she was redoing a battle.
Danse Macabre ending -1 effect was happening when dicing with death.
Charmed Animals couldn't be used more than once against the Ice Queen.
Fixed ' is the host' online message with no username shown.
Fixed being able to draw a new spell with the Wand if the previous spell you cast was Destroy Magic.
Fixed corrupt card images displaying when you switched between windowed and full-screen modes.
Fiend Slayer follower didn't work at the Monster Pit.
Crash fix - encounter the Summoning Circle space if there is an enemy already there and it is the only enemy in the Dungeon.
AI speed setting now affects the 'start of turn' delay, speeding the game up a little.
Fixed characters fighting themselves after being teleported away from the Crown of Command space.
Fixed the Elf AI returning to Woods spaces which contain objects he cannot have.
Fixed being able to select 0 lives to heal at the City Doctor.
Cards being looked at because of the Crypt Keeper or Treasure Chest are no longer hidden to other players.
Fixed a crash/hang that would occur if you ditched more cards than you would have drawn on a space.

Happy New Year to you all!
Carl

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Críticas

“extremely addictive...many hours of fun, faithful to the original”
8/10 – Eurogamer Poland

“Talisman: Digital Edition is the kind of game that you can spend hundreds of hours playing and is for all intents and purposes a solid port of the popular board game. - Vincent Paone of Dad's Gaming Addiction”
9/10 – Dad's Gaming Addiction

“...easy to pick up and play and you don't have to know anything about the board game version to play and enjoy the video game version.”
9/10 – Game Saga

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Talisman: Digital Edition - El juego de la búsqueda mágica para 1-4 jugadores.

¡Entra en un fantástico mundo de dragones y brujería!

En Talisman, eres un aventurero dispuesto a emprender un peligroso viaje en busca del tesoro defifi nitivo: la legendaria Corona de Mando. Puedes elegir entre ser un guerrero, un sacerdote, un mago, un elfo, un asesino, y hasta una docena de diferentes héroes, todos ellos con habilidades y poderes únicos.

Pero el camino hasta la Corona de Mando es traicionero. Dicen las leyendas que los únicos amuletos capaces de mantenerte a salvo en las peligrosas tierras más allá del Portal de Poder son los misteriosos Talismanes. Y encontrar uno de estos extraños artefactos no será taréa fácil: deberás enfrfr entarte a monstruos terribles, trampas mortales y magia maligna. En cada rincón de la tierra de Talisman hay todo tipo de enemigos y contratiempos esperando para derrotarte.

Así que reúne todo tu coraje, porque lo necesitarás si quieres superar a todos tus rivales, llegar hasta la Corona de Mando, y alcanzar tu glorioso destino.

  • Talisman Digital Edition
  • El juego de la búsqueda mágica para 1-4 jugadores.

  • 14 Caracteres.
  • 104 cartas de Aventura.
  • 24 cartas de Conjuro.
  • Ponte a prueba contra adversarios de IA.
  • Packs de expansión y de personajes ya disponibles.

Talisman (c) Games Workshop Limited 1983, 1985, 1994, 2007. Talisman Digital Edition (c) Games Workshop Limited 2014. Games Workshop, Talisman, Talisman Digital Edition y sus logotipos, así como todas las marcas, logotipos, personajes, productos e ilustraciones asociados del juego Talisman son marcas comerciales registradas (r) o marcas comerciales (™), y/o copyright (c) de Games Workshop Limited 1983-2014, registrados de diversas formas en el Reino Unido y otros países del mundo. Esta edición ha sido publicada mediante licencia de Nomad Games Ltd. Nomad Games es la marca comercial registrada de Nomad Games Limited. Todos los derechos reservados por sus respectivos propietarios.

Requisitos del sistema

Windows
Mac OS X
    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: 1.6 GHz
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 1024x600 resolution
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Hard Drive: 600 MB available space
    • Sound Card: On board
    Minimum:
    • OS: OS X 10.8
    • Memory: 512 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 256MB Video Memory
    • Hard Drive: 600 MB available space
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En este juego el dado es tu peor enemigo.


10/10
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juegazo llevado a digital!! para pasar veladas con los amigos perfecto. sello wamba de calidad indiscutible
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El juego es fiel a la versión de tablero y con la versión básica ya hay de sobras para divertirse. Se puede jugar con normas personalizadas, lo cual es de agradecer. El sistema de runas puede cargarse alguna mecánica, pero su uso es opcional.

A favor:
- Horas y horas de diversión.
- Gran elenco de personajes muy diferentes.
- Las variaciones en la normas y las runas aportan gran rejugabilidad.
- Guarda la partida en curso.

En contra:
- El precio y de cantidad de los DLC, exagerado a mi gusto.
- Se podría agilizar el sistema interrupciones.

Conclusión:
Si eres fan del juego de mesa y quieres echar unas partidas online, sin duda ve a por él. Si tienes dudas, mira la mecánica o bien aprovecha las rebajas. Si te gusta el rol con acción, no es tu juego.
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Juego malo, poco intuitivo, con un nivel técnico de pena y cargado de DLC's. Un juego de movil que no está ni a la altura de un smartphone.

Si conoces el juego de mesa y sus reglas puede que tenga un mínimo interés para ti, pero si no, casi mejor olvidarlo, no entiendo como pueden atreverse a vender un producto como este y a plagarlo de DLC's a un precio de infarto por escaneos de "cuatro cartas" que por no estar no estan ni en HD.

Francamente no lo recomiendo ni regalado.
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ME GUSTA :D (Y)
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Good old Talisman..

a board game, which could go on over days and in my childhood rarely found a real winner, ´cause we mostly killed each other, before anyone could reach the crown over and over again ;)

So you need some time and patience if you wanted to play a session and this is in some ways is also true for the pc game.
For once the game is still under constand improvement/development, as new characters and add-ons are released on a steady base, so the devs are also constantly working on bugs as well as gameplay improvements.

The conversion from boardgame to pc is actually quite good and at the current state (including the Reaper, Frostmarch, Dungeon expansions) there is enough diversity to do several games, without always having the same characters/events.

While especially with the AI, there are still quite a few bugs (no wonder, due to the wide possibility of actions one can take) it is working well enough, as is the multiplayer part which offers quite some possibilities, which rules the host will allow (and hopefully will soon get a save game function, as these games can have quite some duration, just like the board game).
The graphics are well done, the sound is ok.

So in the end i´m looking forward to the things still to come and enjoy the one or other session of Talisman (but would strongly suggest to wait on a sale for the Season pass, which brings some much needed variety).
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The Digital Edition of the classic Talisman board game does manage to recreate the experience pretty well, but bugs, glitches, crashes, network instability, and lack of content reflect poorly on the whole.

What does work? The graphics are decent, without being stellar. They get the art style across but the colors aren't vivid and lively as they are with the physical game. The game mechanics are solid, and there are many house rules to adapt Talisman to your preferences. Expansions are available, including one expansion board. Playing with friends online is so much more fun... but...

What doesn't work? Bugs that break the rules. Glitches that can lock up the game or force things that shouldn't happen. Poorly programmed AI that doesn't play the game well and sometimes is oblivious to things like their alignment changing (ie. now neutral characters still trying to do evil things). The spell system is very clunky and mistakes mean you don't get to use your spells or the game uses it incorrectly and you can't cancel. Multiplayer crashes a lot - when you can get back into the game, it inevitably locks up for everyone involved and you have to start over. While extra content is there, it is slow to be released and is mostly of the nickel and dime variety. Without at least one major expansion, the content in the base game will get stale quickly. Introducing major DLC also means introducing new bugs and glitches to your game.

Bottom line is this... For a discounted price, it's a nice bit of nostalgia for people who already know and play Talisman. I can't recommend multiplayer at this point, which is a huge disappointment. If you're new to the game, watch some Lets Play videos of the real thing instead... and if you're still keen on Talisman, give this a shot but know about the shortcomings beforehand.
For the average off the street gamer, I can't give this a reliable thumbs up until all the glitches, bugs, and network issues are fixed.
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A good adaptation, fun to play.

The game however, has a few bugs, some small, some large.
The gameflow is a bit slow at times. (even on max speed)
This game is best played with other human players, as the AI is a bit woeful at times.

My game is suffering from one extreme bug causing it to crash on load.
If this was fixed promptly, this wouldn't be such an issue, but after numerous attempts to contact the developers, by email, and forums, with no reply, this game that I paid $40 for (Including season pass), is suddenly useless.

Edit: 15/3/2015
After several months (First reported 25/10/2014), I have been in contact with the developers, via the steam forums, who asked for my crash logs, said they were going to patch it, still no resolution.
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One of the best boardgame-to-PC adaptations I've seen in years! I would happily recommend this to anyone, regardless of whether one was a fan of the original tabletop Talisman.

Talisman: Digital Edition has HUGE replay value, owing to the random nature and variety of card draws, and the large assortment of character classes available. Each class allows (and often requires) you to approach the game in a different way. You can also customize various game rules before starting up a new game, which adds to the variety and replayability.

The DLC is also strongly recommended. Each expansion adds a massive number of new enemies, events, items, classes, and additional rules. The DLC in this game is very definitely worth every penny!
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Don't buy this game until the developers fix the netcode. If you have even a slightly shaky connection, it will screw up your multiplayer game for hours on end.
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It's like the original game but with nice animations and beautiful new artworks.

Cheaper and easier to play with friends or even random people.

A must have if you like the board games in general.
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Unfortuantely this reminds me why I never liked the table top version of the game. Any game is near endless and far too time consuming just to make it to the second layer.

In real life you had companionship and beer to offset the downside of the game mechanics. You don't have that with this one. I thought they might streamline it, but they kept the cumbersome system.

Unless you're real nostalgic for the old card game, skip this.
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This game is a lot of fun. I have only played the board game once before, but it is great to have a online version of the game.

However, I have never been able to get through an entire online game without someone's client crashing, booting players from the game and having them replaced by AI with no way to return. This is extremely frustrating when you are 30+ minutes into a game, and you have to start over.

For this, I do not recommend this game until this issue is fixed.

In the meantime, the local mode does allow people to play in the same room, in a hot seat style.
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I've played the boardgame once before. I've played this version once or twice now. Here's the pros and cons for PC. Personally, I love and I'd recommend it. I actually made a game sort of like this when I was in school, before I knew this existed.

Pros -
> No lost pieces.
> No questionable owner / source of rules if pieces or books are missing. Even comes with a "house rules" setting if demanded or the sake of extra fun or defense of some paradigm.
> No potential mess, lack of space, or damaged cards and pieces.
> Easy tracking of statistics and view.
> Easy access to other players.

Cons -
> Cost: now you and your friends need to each own a copy, both the game and the DLC. HOWEVER, there is a local multiplayer so this could be ignored if everyone treats it like a "party game".
> No Freedom: if you wanted to make your own game mode or something of that nature, this isn't a table top simulator; this is actually the game so you would actually be playing the standard iteration.
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It's the only game my wife is not complaining about me playing
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Talisman: Digital Edition is probably THE most addicting board game I've ever played, and the most fun I've had since Heroes of Might and Magic III.

At first, I was a bit indecisive on whether I should pick it up or not, with the Humble Bundle offer swaying me to the right side (and I don't mean the direction). Needless to say that, after a little bit over 9 hours of gameplay (with 4 matches under my belt, in hot-seat mode with a friend and my bro), I got hooked-up on this gem of a game and cannot wait to acquire all the expansions, curent and future.

The game is hell of a lot random, with situations ranging from "Toad Karma" (getting turned into a toad by Witch, dropping a bunch of items and followers i nthe process -> getting laughed at by a friend who comes to steal my dropped possessions -> he must roll with the With and gets Toadified as well) to "My Precious!" (incredible battles at the Crown of Command, with crazy rolls) moments. And while some people might be put off by the RNG, I must protest and say - this game is all about the journey! If you really scratch below the surface, you will experience countless hours of total RNG mayhem, with outrageous situations spiced with most hilarious of grimaces on each player's face (provided you play in hot-seat, but such experience can be arranged over skype also.)

And this is where the Talisman=HoMM III comes - the sheer excitement over playing your moves out and coping with consequences (HoMM III similarities: Map movement), trying to topple the competition by using every dirty trick you've got (attacking poorly defended towns, stealing other people's resources on the map) with a classic rat race culminating in total anihilation of everyone but yourself (searching for Obelisks and the Grail, which basically destroys any hope of other players ever reaching your level) ties these two games on the throne of my most cherrished past-times. And while Talsiman has next to none tactical depth of HoMM III, it still managed to be a game that drags on (in a positive way) through the night, four hours and hours after which you would glance by accident at the clock/window only to notice that the Sun is rising. Reminds me of my student days...

All in all, if you are looking for a board game that will keep you entertained to no end, with quite a few game experience enriching expansions in the pipeline, and a game that will have you or your friend pulling at your hair at the odds (with the other one laughing his ♥♥♥ off) - then this is DEFINITELY a game for you!

Now, if you would excuse me - I've got some friends to backstab...
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Digital edition of classic fantasy RPG board game, Talisman. If you know the board game and like it, think no more, you need this.

..what if you don't know Talisman? I still recommend it!

Heed this, though: old school board games tend to have different sensibilities than modern digital games and it may be bit too random for your taste. If you can't stomach being on top of the world only for your game to be turned into ashes in your mouth because of no fault of your own or genius of your opponents, but rather pure chance of bad dice rolls... This may not be for you.

That being said, people tend to look overly superficially and claim the game requires no skill. It's not true. Knowing what you're doing is half the battle. Yes the base rules are relatively straightforward, but there are many intricate synergies between your character and what's happening on the board, and seizing opportunities for such synergies is crucial to survival. More experienced or intelligent players *will* have enormous advantage over others.

But yeah, the other half of the battle is pure random rolls and there's always a small chance your next card will be something like a basilisk that rolls a double and you just simply die there and then, on the spot, game over. Or if someone makes grim reaper pay you a visit and you roll 1, pay fate to reroll, and still roll 1... Amygdala deeply rustled and cortisol city, you can get enraged and it is not pretty.

Anyway...

It is quite a boon that there exist multiplayer scene for this game. Maybe not 24/7, but in reasonable European or American hours, it's not that hard to find a game. If you love the board game but have nobody to play with, digital version comes to the rescue and helps you to relive all those painful childhood memories ;)

And all you need is base game; if any of the players who join your game have expansions, the host can turn them on, which is very nice. If your connection drops, AI plays for you until you rejoin but yes, you can rejoin, which is nice, too (though AI is only as smart as it has been programmed to be, if you know what I mean - live players can easily outsmart it but also make some stupid mistakes)

The bad things? Very occasionally the game crashes unrecoverably for some reason (even if you rejoin it will crash again), but I guess it's no better than rolling a double on a basilisk or double 1s on grim reaper so I wouldn't worry too much about it and there's always hope it will be fixed.

If you're a salty person, the game is generally not for you, as mentioned earlier.

UI sometimes is not intuitive e.g. you can be quite puzzled when and how to cast a spell like Weaken or Freeze, or get confused and reroll a die when you actually wanted to pick one of the two outcomes in some situations.. only experience can help you here and hopefully fellow players if you ask nicely


See you on the Crown of Command, adventurer
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A very well done model of the boardgame. The Dungeon DLC is very good. There are a few bugs, but the devs do seem to be patching them.
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This game is SO ADDICTING! I have never played a table-top game (yes i know commence the eye-rolling or jaw dropping)....anyways this game is really fun to play with friends, it's still fun to play with just you and AI but honestly this game was made for 4 player co-op and not single player.

This works exaclty like what you would see in a table top game. This game also features the ability to not only play as the various classes each one akind to their own set of playstyles but also having your own set of rules and regulations for the game. Depending upon how well you set up your game a whole game can go on for hours without end.

If you like table top games, having fun with friends, and having time pass by. Get. This. Game. Or at least wishlist it till the game pads out some of it's issues

But i still recommend it!

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This game is so... so long. It never ends folks. Imagine it like this. Imagine you are going to see the lord of the rings trilogy, extended edition, for the first time ever. You are so hyped. You pay real money for it. You sit through hours and hours and hours, and you are getting antsy and you need to get up but you really want to hang in there. So you come to the end, and frodo is walking into the volcano with the ring, only to find Toad there, who says "Sorry Frodo, your princess is in another castle!". This game is best played later at night, with friends, high, or drunk, so you can mystery science theatre it. Otherwise don't purchase.
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