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RE: [Unity_Games] Re: Tin Soldiers

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  • Matthew Horn
    Thanks, Scott. I believe this tool is calle3d the Spin-4-It . Al showed it to me. I think it is used in other games, or sold as an all-purpose randomizer. ...
    Message 1 of 2 , May 28, 2002
      Thanks, Scott. I believe this tool is calle3d the "Spin-4-It". Al showed it to me. I think it is used in other games, or sold as an all-purpose randomizer.

      -----Original Message-----
      From: sahenshaw
      To: Unity_Games@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: 5/26/2002 5:54 PM
      Subject: [Unity_Games] Re: Tin Soldiers

      Just picked up Al Newman's Tin Soldiers today. Dave Rapp showed us
      this a while ago at SSG in Dedham. I liked the toy soldiers that it
      had in it's prototype stage and was unsure how the cartoon fighting
      tin food cans would work. I'm pleased to say it works okay. The
      catsup Cannon is amusing.
      Attention Matt Horn, in the tin can the cards come in is a piece of
      stamped metal shaped like a hand with the index finger extended
      (we're #1). It has a dimple in it so you can spin it. That is how you
      decide who deals first.
      ScottH.
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