Wu Hing: The Five Elements 1.31
Wu Hing: The Five Elements overview
Wu Hing is a strategy board game based on the five Chinese elements
Wu Hing: The Five Elements Details
Kudos GamesDeveloper :
Windows 2000/XP/Vista Platform :
19.6 MbFile Size :
Freeware License :
November 29, 2011 Date Added :
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Wu Hing: The Five Elements ReviewWu Hing is a strategy board game based on the five Chinese elements of wood, fire, earth, metal and water. The game pits two players (yin and yang) against each other, with the objective to create, destroy and transform the elements in play. Only the most cunning player will win, so plan your moves carefully and come up with a winning strategy to outwit your opponent. Have you got what it takes to master the elements?
Changes in version 1.31:
Improved audio handling. Red mouse pointer displayed when effects are in progress (i.e. you are unable to pick up tiles). Menu options now use drop down menus with more descriptive tool tips. Audio/Video options now split into two sub-menus. Vertical Sync added to video options.
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