Will we really be on Mars in less than a decade? Are we really just two years away from fully autonomous cars? Are we really living in a computer simulation?
Stephen discusses Onitama:
A chess-lite game played on a 5×5 grid (instead of an chess 8×8). And, instead of pieces having assigned moves (like bishop always moves diagonally) the available ways a piece can move are dictated by cards. You have two cards in hand to choose from. There’s a card “on deck” about to come into your hand. You can use those cards to move any of your pieces.
“We love it because it took about 5 minutes to learn, it takes about 10 minutes to play. But the depth is amazing. We could play for years – getting better all along.”.