Talk:Cube deck

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Now this one is kinda cool. I own the movie, which I've always thought was an underrated thing. So The cardset I like anyways. --Samiel Dracul, 2.12.02

Very cool film. Great Cardset. Hey K, R, T... will there be a new cardset for Hypercube (cube2) ?? ^_^ --Riparian, 25.2.03

Wow! This game is amazing! Don't make one for Cube 2 though, that was a horrible movie :) --Bacon Warrior, 10.8.03

Correct me if I'm wrong here, but aren't Compulsory Volunteer and I Don't Like the Red Rooms precisely the same? --Twenty8, 5.10.03

Mm, pretty much. "Red Rooms" arguably stops other people from saving the player, though. I think we probably came up with the cards at the same time, and never got around to tidying them up. --Kevan, 6.10.03

Umm...I'm just looking through this and I have one question: What is a player's incentive to actually go through the doors? I mean, the only possability is either an extra card or death, and the extra card doesn't really seem worth the risk. If escape was "The player who plays this wins", then I could see everyone madly rushing to accumulate as many cards as possable in hopes of getting the Escape. I guess if you have a companion, it would never hurt to try, but it still seems that there might be too much desire to just sit back and let other players take the risk (and still win the game when someone busts out the Escape) --Warbear2, 25.7.04

Umm...I'm just looking through this and I have one question: What is a player's incentive to actually go through the doors? I mean, the only possability is either an extra card or death, and the extra card doesn't really seem worth the risk. If escape was "The player who plays this wins", then I could see everyone madly rushing to accumulate as many cards as possable in hopes of getting the Escape. I guess if you have a companion, it would never hurt to try, but it still --Warbear2, 25.7.04

We played this game with three people, and we very quickly had Kazan and Leaven in the game, rendering all traps useless. Then the third player played "Like a Bat out of Hell" and rushed through all the doors until he got the escape and the next round the game was over. Is this supposed to happen? We thought we might have interpreted Kazan he seems much to powerfull. --BlackShift, 23.11.04

My question still remains: Whats the point of even trying to open a door? --Warbear2, 11.12.04

Hmm..doesn't much look like I'll ever see an answer --Warbear2, 27.3.05

The point of going through a door is that you cannot get the "escape" card without doing so. --Ben Miff, 2.5.05

Yeah, but someone else can get the escape card, play it, and you still win (without taking the risk!) --Warbear2, 18.10.05