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3 Coins At School

3 Coins At School

Casual, Indie, Simulation, Sports, Strategy
3 Coins at School is a turn-based game similar to soccer but played with coins on a desk.
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3 Coins at School is a turn-based game similar to soccer but played with coins on a desk.
buy 4.99$
Offer will be valid for another 17 hours
Release Date20 апреля 2016 г.
Developers89AM Studio
Publishers89AM Studio
OSWindows
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REQUIREMENTS
Windows
Minimal
  • OS: Windows Vista or newer
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHZ
  • Memory: 3 GB RAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 5 GB available space
  • Sound Card: Integrated

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Description

3 Coins at School is a simple and funny game that can be played in both single and multiplayer mode.

The game is turn-based, attack and defense.

The attack turn can be divided in 3 parts:

1 - Break the "20 cent" coins with the "Euro" coin, then choose which 20 cent coin to pick to start the next step.

2 - Intersect the other two coins to get closer to the opponent's box.

3 - Strike in the opponent's box

The 2nd step is not mandatory. You can break the coins and directly strike in the opponent's box, but as you are far from it, will be more difficult to score.

When playing the defense turn, try to stop the opponent' strikes by moving your middle finger.

The first player who scores 5 times wins the game.

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Reviews about the game

3 Coins At School02.07.2019

The concept is not half bad but the designs and mechanics are horrible. In easy mode you will win 100% , in hard mode the chance drops to 0% , and when i tried the multiplayer ( god knows why i even bothered myself) the game froze for 5 min and crashed. Don't waste your time.

Promising Wolf
Promising Wolf
I don't recommend
3 Coins At School24.01.2018

'An overpriced TAFE project!!!' 3 Coins at school is all about the real table game known as penny/coin soccer. The goal is to within 8 shots keep shooting 1 of 3 coins between the other two until you get close enough to shoot one of the coins through your opponents goals. It's a simple time waster that some play at school or at parties among friends. In this PC version you can only choose 2 out of the three coins to shoot the goal, which severely limits your possibilities and there are no novel variations to the game which many have introduced. For instance some place paper cups or items on the table as defenders and you have to avoid them too. In this game it is the bare essentials in everything. Nothing outstanding which will really captivate your attention and so after you have passed the game within 5 minutes you will be done with it, if not sooner. The game would have been much better if you were to challenge each kid within the class to a game of coin soccer culminating with an ultimate showdown against clever AI as you take on the teacher, but alas nothing like this is introduced. There is no skill building, no customisation, and no Easter eggs. It's rather boring. While this developer http://www.89amstudio.com/ is more into web design and showcasing other learned skills, I can't help but ponder that projects like this MUST surely concern potential customers about his general business practices. Unreasonably OVER PRICED, practically zero in customer feedback in the forums, unconcerned with customers getting GOOD value for money in regards to entertainment, must surely hit those alarm bells as to his general work ethics. In all honesty I probably spent more time and effort in writing this review than he did in game design. Enough said. While I applaud that he was able to come up with a unique idea, its genuinely humdrum in its implementation. Instead of buying the game, try the game for yourself against a mate in real life. You will have much more fun. Yes save your three coins for another Steam game. Below is the entire game to settle your curiosity... https://youtu.be/cTGAI23J6Xs If you enjoyed reading this review please subscribe to my curator page. Thanks... http://store.steampowered.com/curator/6843548/

Wild Chipmunk
Wild Chipmunk
I don't recommend
3 Coins At School07.05.2023

A trash game in which we drive 3 coins from our hand to the opponent's hand. Stupid one-button game. We hold the mouse and this will be the force of impact, then we shoot coins and if they did not fly out to the table, then in the second move we try to drive them into the opponent's hands. Then the opponent moves and does the same

Plain Cockroach
Plain Cockroach
I don't recommend
3 Coins At School20.12.2021

I love this game to death

Sticky Xerinae
Sticky Xerinae
I recommend
3 Coins At School09.05.2021

I paid 0.99$ for this thing and I'd like that money back. Crashed, buggy and boooring. Don't even try it, it's a waste of time.

Stingy Egret
Stingy Egret
I don't recommend
3 Coins At School19.01.2021

This game is terrible do not buy.

Psychological Eel
Psychological Eel
I don't recommend
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