The fantasy card game, played on e ink displays, could change gaming

i have a hard time seeing the screen in the daylight. I have to turn up brightness which eats my battery life. On top of that, the Hearthstone game seems to take more battery life as well. I would love to be able to save battery life and see the screen in the sunlight.

Why can’t Hearthstone be played on e ink displays? I have to admit that I have never heard of a game being played on e ink. That type of screen is all about pictures and texts. But card games are about pictures and texts too. You would think that this type of game could be one of the best choices to transfer over to an e ink format. Is it possible?

The e ink displays tend to be slow and choppy. But that could work fine for a slow and choppy card game. You just turn off all the motion displays and let the raw damage and heals be displayed. Pictures also may not look great, but you can still get the idea of what the artist is trying to display.

This is just a fantasy thought from a guy who enjoys Hearthstone.


2 thoughts on “The fantasy card game, played on e ink displays, could change gaming

  1. How’s your direct diaper working today? or maybe it’s more like a thong diaper? You are so mentally ill that all these videos that you are making might fall into the hands of the government and you will be locked up in the mental institution.

    I have never seen or heard of a homeless bum talk so much about farting and wedging toilet paper against their anal sphincter!

    Get help fast!

    Thank You

    • You have been campaigning for my death a long time now. Nobody supports or backs you up. Why don’t you give it a rest. You are running a failed movement.

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