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Queen Anne's Revenge 4195 on LEGO

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Queen Anne's Revenge 4195 is a Adventuring game available on the LEGO. It can be played in Physical modes.

Queen Anne's Revenge 4195 is a Adventuring game. Adventure games are enjoyed for two reasons: they provide enemy encounters that require tactics and strategy to conquor, and they create a fantasy world in which to explore and adventure.

Queen Anne's Revenge 4195 can be played in a Physical mode. Physical games use real world cards, props and boards. Sometimes this complements a video game experience, but more often they simply exist as physical games in their own right. These games range from Eye of Judgement that uses a camera to detect which cards a player has, to interactive play experience like EyePet. Video games that make use of these props look to encompass the strong board gaming tradition that pre-dates and often outsells video games - such as Settlers of Catan or Carcassone.


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Reluctant Gamer review Wed, 29 Jun 2011

Queen Anne's Revenge 4195 is a mightily impressive centrepiece in Lego's latest construction series. If you like Lego, Jack Sparrow and playing with toy ships this could well be the moment you've been waiting for.

Lego's cupboard is bursting with its own-brand construction series - City, Creator, Technic, Atlantis and Ninjago to name just a few and over 20 board games. But seemingly not content to stick to their own creations you can also buy Lego Toy Story, Star Wars, Ben 10, Cars and Harry Potter tie-ins, and of course there's the whole videogame thing which I've been studiously trying to avoid.
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