When I wrote about the speed of death in some contemporary shooter mafia city, I came to the conclusion that dying fast in a multiplayer context minimizes the player. It's a way that the game can diminish the player, humble them, and get them into the right mindset for how they exist in the game world. In that diminished state, doing something extraordinary really does feel special. You're not a superhero, you're just a person, and a person doing something superheroic is more interesting than Superman doing the same thing.
*I’ve iOS, however this may well be Google Play Present Playing cards as neatly.
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Pocket Mafia is of the same breed as Mob Wars and iMobsters. The main difference is that it’s probably got a whole lot more content. It looks a bit hokey though – admittedly the photoshopped opening screen contributes to that. However, it does still have something solid behind it and if you need something a bit different from your main mobster game, Pocket Mafia may scratch the same itch – in a different way.
Yotta Games: A lot of people don’t necessarily know about the development history of the game. Can you fill in that for us a little? What was involved in bringing it to market, building the new studio and the new engine and everything else?
The Don (boss of the Mafia): As leader of the Mafia team, the Don orders the death of the victims for the first three nights; they do this by showing the numbers of the intended victims to their fellow team mates during Zero Night (we call it “zero”, because nobody dies during that night at the beginning of the game). Each night, after Mafia shoot, the Don is given an opportunity to identify the Sheriff (more on this important role later). In doing so, the Don silently indicates his suspicion by showing to the moderator the number of the player whom they would like to investigate- and receives the answer accordingly. Even if the Don was successful in finding the Sheriff, they cannot cannot kill him at once; the Don has only received KNOWLEDGE about the most dangerous player within the red team. To successfully communicate this information to their fellow Mafia teammates in a covert manner (so that they can prioritize the killing of the Sheriff) is a whole new board game!
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The main concept of the game is bluffing as players try to figure out who is on what team. Only when a person is eliminated from the game does he or she actually reveal his or her true identity.
Mob Wars is the great-grand daddy of them all. Starting on popular social networking site Facebook, it has managed to catch the imagination of millions. Now, it’s managed to shed its Facebook roots and started to branch out as a full-fledged app. Anyone who has played a time-based Facebook game should be familiar with how the game plays: use energy to do missions which earn you experience, use the experience to level up, and wait for more energy to come in. It’s a formula that’s hard to beat and the original delivers, along with pitch-perfect graphics and art direction to deliver what Facebook addict wants.
Yotta Games to launch Mafia City H5 later this month for all you mafia lovers.
Mafia City [English]: https://mafiah5.yottagames.com/play/
Mafia City [Chinese Traditional]: https://mafiah5.yottagames.com/?language=zh_TW