Version 1.9

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Version 1.9

Version 1.9 was released on March 9th, 2015.[1]

A new DLC, Mixed Booster Pack is now available!

Mixed Booster Pack DLC.jpg

Mixed Booster Pack includes 11 new game cards (3 rare, 4 uncommon, 4 common) designed by Junpyon and Hono of Orange_Juice. The cards of the set can be purchased from the in-game shop and used in both single and multiplayer. As usual, all cards in a multiplayer game can be used by all players via the center deck, even if they do not own the DLC.

  • 3 New Maps: Clover, Night Flight, and Farm. Clover is available immediately, with Night Flight and Farm unlockable in the Shop. Clover and Night Flight original designs courtesy of Kyle.
  • 2 New Field Events: 
    • BacktrackBacktrack
      Every 8 Chapters, all players move in the reverse direction. This effect lasts for the duration of the Chapter.
      :
      For one turn, move in reverse direction
    • ConfusionConfusion
      Every 7 Chapters, all player's cards and rearranged and put face-down, making the cards unreadable to both the owner and other players.
      :
      For one turn, players do not see what cards they are holding. The order of cards in their hand is shuffled. Cards can still be used normally.
  • 1 New Panel Type
    • Roll and Move ( Move): When landing on this panel, the player will roll to move again.
  • Added small arrows to indicate the directions player may move from any intersection in advance.
  • 9 New Achievements added (7 achievements that require the new DLC, and 2 achievements related to other new 1.9 features).
  • Poppo can now become something else.
Other changes
  • Changed fonts for several graphics
  • Changed White Winter slightly (moved the pre-Home Warp Panels).
  • Miscellaneous graphic improvements
Fixes
  • Fixed a wrong colored frame in one of Kyousuke's hairs
  • Fixed a bug where permanent card effects did not always register correctly when joining a game in progress, potentially causing players to become desynchronized.

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