It's been a while since I posted - Dragon's Tale is now up to 43 unique games in it's 3D multiplayer world. (92 games counting variants.)
Our latest game is analog checkers, also known as Kanivan Tak. Pieces move the same distance as in normal checkers, but they're not limited to 45 degree angles. Players agree on a wager amount, with the winner taking all. Like most 2-player games in Dragon's Tale, there is no house rake.
We've also just released Treefalls, a seemingly straightforward game where you pick leaves from any of the trees around the world. Most trees pay 95%, but every week one species secretly pays 105%, while three species only pay 85%. By clever play, you may be able to identify the magical species and play it repeatedly. More details are provided in-game at the Department of Herbal Resources.
Another recent skill game is Qing Vases, where you try to arrange vases on shelves so that identical vases form straight lines. In Qing Vases you are able to influence which vases change from play-to-play. In the variant "Ming Vases" you don't influence which vases change, but can control how many change per play. Finally, the Han Vases variant is an almost pure-luck game that plays fast, and tends to have long winning streaks. (There is some debate on whether Han Vases is pure luck, or can be played as a skill game.)
If you've never explored Dragon's Tale
, download the client and join us. There are usually some friendly mentors around to give a tour, and direct you to some free Bitcoins to get started. Kanivan Tak:Qing Vases: