Yaht 2.1

Category: Games
Year: 1987
Description:Simple but good Yatzee game
Manufacturer: Not specified
Localization: EN

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#9115Yaht.zip21 KB0xDE435720

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On Friday March 2, 2018 Christopher Salem said:

I apologize for the inaccuracy of my previous comment and retract it.
I was wrong, and I admit that.
I got the sound working, and it appears to have been random luck that the computer just happen to play that session phenomenally well.
Everything seems to work properly.
With that said, I would recommend this version of Microlink Yaht by Bob Lancaster.
If anyone happens to know how to delete comments, I would appreciate that knowledge. I suppose marking it as 'Spam' might do the trick, but I don't want to misclassify non-spam.

On Friday March 2, 2018 Christopher Salem said:

This Yahtzee clone is suspicious.
What I mean is, this is my first time ever playing this specific version, and the computer player has no difficulty in rolling a Yahtzee, large and small straights, 4-of-a-kind, etc. Additionally, when the computer scores, the dice are always higher value (fives and sixes).
It could just be a coincidence, but the computer's rolls just seem too good to be true.
Additionally, there is an option for sound (PC Speaker), but there's no sound; I even checked to make sure it was turned on.
Perhaps the versions of this Yaht I've seen reviewed were of a different release? Either way, I'm not satisfied with this specific version, and can't recommend it.