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Have You wanted to become better at chess? Defeat an opponent far stronger than You including yourself, for every time You learn something new, You've defeated Your former self. I am able to teach You what I've learned through this game my whole life with successes in tournament in Canada (Wellington County, 2015 second place) and in Croatia as a boy. Your astute mind is capable of great things with just a little push. Not only you will become better, but will also gain a friend. I've taught people of every age and everyone is welcome at my home, where I teach. I can provide chess books and the board. The lessons are at my home or Your place of choosing, plus I have snacks and drinks! Looking forward to seeing You!
Re-Bunz Age of Empires: The Age of Kings - Nintendo DS
Nintendo DS game. Seemed like a peaceful afternoon-strategy game. I never got around to try the game after the trade. Let me know if you're interested. Info found online: Microsoft's flagship strategy game series marches onto Nintendo DS with a few new twists. Players must lead their civilization to greatness by gathering resources, researching technology, and constructing buildings while amassing an army strong enough to conquer nearby territory. The five available civilizations include the Britons, Franks, Mongols, Japanese, and Saracens. More than 45 unit types are featured, from healing monks to long-range bowmen. Unlike the PC game, combat for the DS version is handled in a turn-based format, allowing players time to carefully plan their strategy. Other changes include a combat advisor, who will give recommendations on specific tactics, and the ability to unlock additional maps or units by using empire points earned from missions. In addition to the single-player campaign, up to four would-be monarchs can battle each other in a series of wireless multiplayer scenarios.