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EXTRA! EXTRA! MR X STRIKES AGAIN!

In a clear statement that no museum is safe from his mechanisms, Mr X has pilfered from yet another British institute of history...

Ada Lovelace: Legacy of the Analytical Engine is a solitaire roll-and-write legacy game, following our protagonist, Ada Lovelace, as she chases the elusive Mr X around the globe. Over the course of 9 levels, players will examine crime scenes, upgrade their skills, and try to thwart Mr X's evil plans.

Fans of Ada Lovelace: Consulting Mathematician will know what to expect, while enjoying the new and unique levels, story, and legacy elements in the game. For everybody else, this is a perfect jumping-on point!

Included in the download:

- A full colour version of the game

- A low colour version of the game, suitable for black and white printing

- An Ada Lovelace papercraft dice tower and paper doll, designed by Tiffokeeffo

- Ada Lovelace Saves Christmas (a mini Ada Lovelace adventure)

StatusReleased
CategoryPhysical game
Rating
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(1)
AuthorRobinDavid
TagsBoard Game, Singleplayer

Purchase

Buy Now$4.00 USD or more

In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $4 USD. You will get access to the following files:

Ada Lovelace Legacy of the Analytical Engine (Full Colour).pdf 13 MB
Ada Lovelace Legacy of the Analytical Engine (Low Colour).pdf 3 MB
Ada Lovelace Dice Tower.pdf 1 MB
Ada Lovelace Paper Doll.pdf 1 MB

Download demo

Download
Ada Lovelace Saves Christmas-v4.pdf 2 MB
Download
Ada Lovelace Saves Christmas-v4 (Low Ink Version).pdf 1 MB

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The "Paper Doll" and "Dice Tower" PDFs seem to have identical images

Hi!  I'm trying out Ada Lovelace Saves Christmas, and I'd like to check on a rule:

When there are multiple pieces of evidence in a skill box (like the slingshot/keys/card/gem or meeple/perfume), which is correct?

  • they ALL need to be filled out to invoke the skill once
  • invoke the skill once each time a single piece of evidence's boxes have appropriate numbers

I'm guessing they allow multiple skill-invocations, but I'd like to make sure.

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You're correct. Each piece of evidence can trigger abilities independently. There are a couple of exceptions in the larger campaign game, but they are clearly indicated.