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23 Jul 2021

NEW FUNCTIONALITY: Objects Grouping

Objects can now be stuck together

Objects grouping functionality lets you select multiple objects of the same type or group and “glue” them together. After being grouped, the objects behave as a single object unless you ungroup them. Grouping functions with the tile, token, card, game piece, counter, & picture counter objects.

  • To group multiple objects of the same type (tile, token, card, game piece, counter, picture counter):
  • Hold “Shift” and select all the objects you want to group one by one
  • Right-click any of them > Group
  • To ungroup previously grouped objects:
  • Select the group
  • Right-click > Ungroup

 

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Objects grouping can be used for different purposes. In some games, components must be assembled together at certain moments of gameplay. For example, in Argent: the Consortium players can acquire miniatures of different colors representing their unique abilities. To mark ownership of a miniature, they attach them to bases of their player color. If a miniature and a base are grouped together, they become a single object just like in real life:

 

Untitled.jpgIn Argent: The Consortium, you can use object grouping to attach miniatures to bases

 

In Dwellings of Eldervale (coming soon!), buildings are built by attaching a roof to a meeple already placed on the game board. By grouping them together, you will make sure that the building will stay connected until the end of the game.

 

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In Dwellings of Eldervale, object grouping can be used to connect Dwelling Rooftops to Workers

Read more about the functionality in our Help!


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