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Author Topic: Settlers of Catan computer game multiplayer?  (Read 1467 times)

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Settlers of Catan computer game multiplayer?
« on: May 29, 2006, 11:02:08 PM »
I dloaded the game awhile ago, and even paid the cash to register it.  The game works great in it's single player play, the computer AI's work decently well and make good decisions. (though they do quit trading with you after you hit 6 points or so, which human players might not)  

I'm just wondering if anyone here has dropped the $30 for the ability to play multiplayer via MSN?  If so, does it play well? Are there a decent amount of players online to choose from, or do you pretty much need to find your own?
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