Folks, I really need helping testing one feature: It is a simple card game that has already been mentioned a few times during playthrough, but I’m trying to make it playable here.
- Two players, one versus one.
- There are 9 cards in the deck, each player receives two cards.
- Each card is worth a value from 1 to 9.
- Each player shows the other one of its cards at the same time.
- The players bet or fold.
- Then they show their final cards and sum the values of them to see who wins.
The cards are(alongside their values):
But there are three special rules:
1 - Two Dames negate the value of a male card.
2 - A Bard negates the value of a Lie.
3 - A Chalice negates the value of a male card.
Now, that is a bit tricky to code because of the number of variables and the retroactivity associated with checking your second card against the opponents first and second ones(and vice versa), and there is also the point of having more than one male card at play and deciding which one should be nullified if you have a Chalice or Two Dames, but I want to test it as it currently is.
So, to play it just create a new character and select the option “Play Cardeed” at your court, should be the first option. Any kind of feedback is appreciated; balance, bugs, opinions, etc.
I don’t want to make it more complex than it needs to be, and I need to make sure things are working as they should.