Polygon has partnered with a brand new game that lets you play cards with the company.
The game is called “Polygon”, and it’s available now on the Nintendo Switch.
It’s an entirely new type of card game for the company, and it includes the same basic mechanics as “Europa Universalis IV”, but it’s more in line with what you might see in a real-money card game.
You’ll need to collect cards, though.
There are four “cards” in the game: the “Europanios” of the Europa Isles, the “Pax Romana” of Rome, the Palatine of Sicily, and the “Venice of Pisa”.
Each card has one of three sets of rules, and these can be different depending on where you are.
Each card contains one action, and you must use this action to “take over” a different card from the set.
This allows for an easy progression, and a lot of replayability for new players.
The player with the most cards wins the game.
The most important card, the card with the purple “P” in it, has an effect on the game, and can be “tapped” to “destroy” cards in your hand.
You can also tap the card to get a bonus to a player.
You can also buy cards for your collection, and get some free money.
The cards are divided into two different sets, but both of these sets have some similarities.
The first set has the cards from the first set, while the second set has cards from all three sets.
There’s also a little more than one “set” of cards per card.
In the first game, you only had two “sets”, but now you have four “sets” each.
You could have the same cards from a set, but with different effects.
There are also some unique cards.
Some of these cards have special rules.
In “Europanis” for example, you can only use the “Dice of Dice” ability if you’re a member of the “Palatine” faction.
If you’re not, then you can use the cards to buy stuff from Palatines or “Venices”.
These cards are available to buy in a “Cards for Trade” section of the store, but they’re not cheap.
A “Card for Trade”, which is actually a card pack for a card game, is $3.99.
That’s $5.79 for four cards, and $7.39 for the entire set of “Europas”.
For more information on “Europelis” and the new card game “Europsis”, visit Polygon’s site.