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RiSiP is a game loosely based on Rock-Scissors-Paper, but taken into a really advance playing field of triangles and hexagons! It's NOT your ordinary "fingers in the palm" challenge game. RiSiP is installed on a user's computer (with OneTouch deployment). The game can then be played totally off-line (1-6 players), or played while linked to the internet for real-time play. RiSiP is quite unique because it is a raquous fast paced game which can be played by 1-6 players sitting at the same computer keyboard or played by 2-6 players across the internet.

RiSiP can be about pure strategy, even challenging enough for GrandMasters ... or ... RiSiP can be played by the simplest of children. So simple, 3rd graders can have an afternoon of screaming laughing FUN!

Oh yeah sure! Fun for a GrandMaster, like I really believe that! - Ok, here's how a grandmaster is challenged. You can build your own custom strategic attack sequences (up to 570 pre-planned moves) and store them for later use (even store them out on the internet). Then, quietly, with no one around, run your attack sequences against each other (in AutoPlay mode) or download other player's sequences (from the internet) and play off-line against them. Test your best, then post only your BEST to the public side of the RiSiP website. Then, let your sequences to do battle in the world-outside.

3rd grade kids? Yep! Super simple fun for everyone. The computer can automatically build a random attack strategy for them to play. Then, in lightening quick rounds, amid beeping, poping and buzzing, with flashing colored lights, play against your friend's with just your fingertips. Can you guess her next choice? Hours of screaming laughing fun sitting at your keyboard. And it all happens right on your computer, no internet needed once the game is installed.

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