When the main bridge is out, the desert folk tend to just create a detour, creating an alternative bridge with some planks of wood further down.

Why they didn't just put those planks across the broken stone bridge, is anybody's guess.


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Kalah at 2015-05-28 18:03 wrote:
That's true. But H6 was made by Black Hole, who didn't know a computer from a block of cheese. I have more confidence in these guys. I could be wrong, of course, but we'll have to wait and see.

cjlee at 2015-05-28 17:50 wrote:
Well Kalah, I do wonder if there will ever be a playable version. H6 wasn't exactly playable even after the expansions...

markkur at 2015-05-27 11:09 wrote:
Don't count on it. Who do you think they are, you & q?

Well, to these guys credit they do appear to be getting a better grasp on aspects of the game. And we can hope they are not "flying by the seat of their pants" like some of the adventures of recent times. You know, "maybe they gotta plan."......this time <L>

Edit= You know, I never got "flying by the seat of their pants" I'd rather be naked with a plane under my bum. <very big grin>

Kalah at 2015-05-26 14:18 wrote:
I agree that at first glance this looks only subtly different from H6, but it's a different engine that may give a different experience during live play, rather than just looking at a screenshot. Tell you what: I'll try to create a gameplay video for you, in hi-res, when I get my hands on a playable version. Then we'll get a true representation of the graphics. :)

cjlee at 2015-05-26 14:06 wrote:
really cannot understand these graphics. Heroes 1, 2, 3 and 4 all looked very different from each other.

Why does 7 look like 6 with far more processor requirements? Ubisoft innovation I bet.

parcaleste at 2015-05-26 05:56 wrote:
Good thing that the bugger... err, HERO rides a goat, I see, them creatures are climbing them rocks like cats on a tree.

This looks so much like VI, that I am getting sick-bored by just watching the screenshots. :
mr.hackcrag at 2015-05-25 23:01 wrote:
Don't count on it. Who do you think they are, you & q?

markkur at 2015-05-25 10:55 wrote:
Well, hopefully the processor can give the A.I. a little love. :D
mr.hackcrag at 2015-05-22 21:15 wrote:
I don't understand. Even at alpha version, the graphics look exactly the same as H VI. Why do we need increased computing power? Is this even a really new game?

It looks nice, but the graphics are VERY weak and I expect them to round it out before release or else I'm going to flip some tables.
ToweringAmishPlumber at 2015-05-22 17:18 wrote:
I think it looks pretty nice. I assume they built a new wood bridge to access the portal, since the stone bridge doesn't appear to have access?

cjlee at 2015-05-22 16:12 wrote:
I don't understand. Even at alpha version, the graphics look exactly the same as H VI. Why do we need increased computing power? Is this even a really new game?

Variol at 2015-05-22 09:14 wrote:
Yup, that looks quite nice!
prichindel at 2015-05-22 08:48 wrote:
Because one could see from the picture that wood is bountiful in the area but stone is not :P It looks nice although :D
mr.hackcrag at 2015-05-22 08:28 wrote:
Looks nice.

markkur at 2015-05-22 00:50 wrote:
That's easy Kalah.

New wood...old stone. <snicker-guffaw-chuckle> :D

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