Hacker News has an article about a game called Digital Vision Board, where you use your smartphone’s camera to play the board game The Art of War.
Here’s the description of the game: Digital Vision board is a game where you build a digital camera that is able to take pictures and video from your smartphone.
You must shoot a photo and upload it to the board where you will win the game.
In the end, you will get to use your digital camera to capture beautiful and detailed pictures of your enemies, or the scenery around you.
The rules of the board are simple: when you play, you need to choose one of two characters.
The first character is a robot, while the second character is the commander of a giant robot that is trying to destroy you.
You need to destroy both of them, but you will be forced to stop once you have destroyed their commander.
The board game is currently in alpha and has been available for download for a while now.
We don’t have any images of the prototype yet, but the developer claims that it should be up and running in the next few weeks.
The game uses a 3D camera that takes pictures with infrared cameras, which is a lot like the one that’s used in Apple’s iPhones.
Digital Vision has also posted a video of the prototypes on YouTube, showing how it’s all set up.
The company is also promising to be open source software, so you can try it out for yourself if you’re interested.
You can buy the game from Hacker News for $4.99 on Android and $4 for Windows Phone, but it also comes with some extras like a map that shows where each robot is located.
The developer has also uploaded a video showing how to play with the demo app, which includes a tutorial.
If you want to try it for yourself, you can find it here.
The Art Of War: DigitalVisionBoard.com/digital-vision-board