Ever, Jane whiles away the hours playing card games

    
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When you are a part of high society, it comes with certain expectations and customs. Entertainment is not found in slaughtering goblins, but in sitting around a table, sipping tea, and playing a friendly game or two of cards.

The refined and plucky Ever, Jane added a new card table with this week’s open beta update. And it’s not just decorative, either: “Strategy games can help build a strong mind and as such Mrs. Hatch has placed a new gaming table in her entry room. Four players may play together free-form card games, such as Whist.”

The patch also made some improvements to the game world (mostly with decorations) and the interface (stop using slash commands and start using chat channel buttons!).

Ever, Jane’s small dev team said that it will be revealing its future plans soon, which look to include a revised website. Players are being encouraged to send in suggestions for game improvements, and in return, the team will reward these with currency to spend in the game’s marketplace.

Source: Patch notes
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Godiva

This game has great ideas, horrible execution.

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mysecretid

You remain the king, Schlag. Thank you for this! :-D

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Castagere Shaikura

Its nice to see this game as a choice. I have respect for these devs having the balls to do something different. I hope it does well.

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MesaSage

PvP? Uh, that’s a pass for me.

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TheDonDude

I love that this game exists.

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Hirku

Heh, you took the comment right off of my keyboard.

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Targeter

Amen. I would probably never play anything like this, but I am pleased as damn punch that a game like this is out there and apparently doing pretty well. They’re doing good work.

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mysecretid

Maybe after the game is fully underway, a bunch of us Massives could make a “field trip” into the game and spend a day trying it all out? Like many of you, this is normally not my sort of game, but it could be fun toi “take a tour” along with some friendly folk.

Just a fleeting thought,

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Bryan Correll

I’ve said before that this game probably isn’t my cup of tea, but that I really would like to see if succeed just for trying something so far out of the box.