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Bugs Card

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Except for its cost, instructions written on the card is only used for the board game. Check the web/mobile game stats for other purpose.

What's the Bugs?

The Bugs are 3 small creatures that launch very strange things to their enemies. Their effect can be various, just like a bug!

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Web / Mobile Game Stats

Hit speed
Attack every 1.10 sec
Damage per second
Hit points
Attack Range
4.0 square(s) away
Move Speed
1.00 square(s) / sec
Slown-down or stunt

Bugs, die Hintergrundgeschichte

The Bugs are 3 small creatures that launch very strange things to their enemies. Their effect can be varied, just like a bug! 

The Virus Brothers, one at vocals and guitar, another at the bass and the last one at the piano, having no hands make them the best band ever. 

They are usually partying and dreaming but if they get mad, they can throw at least a million different things from daggers to rocks, to other viruses! 

Make sure you use the Firewall as a good protection against these little rascals! 


AA meeting organizers, killing thousands and very good at MS Word.

Favorite crypto-currency

WhopperCoin because have you ever been in Russia without any cash? If you have a digital wallet you can get a Whopper from Burger King for just 1,700 Whoppercoins! Amazing!

Favorite hobbies

Cattle rustling, creating pandemics and fixing computers.

Favorite phrase

“If vegetarians eat vegetables, what do humanitarians eat?”


Story of Bugs


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Was ist im wirklichen Leben? Bugs

A bug is usually a mistake or coding error, fault or flaw in software that produces an unexpected result, an error or a catastrophe. It is usually the programmer’s error in the syntax or the logic or the diverse commands across languages or even also the debugger program that was not properly debugged.

And it goes all the way back to Charles Babbage and his enormous computer, since then Ada Lovelace spoke about possible problematic cards when she said: “an analyzing process must equally have been performed in order to furnish the Analytical Engine with the necessary operative data, and that herein may also lie a possible source of error. Granted that the actual mechanism is unerring in its processes, the cards may give it wrong orders.”

Most of the bugs are usually easy to fix but sometimes it can take developers some time to find exactly what is happening and try to reverse-engineer the effect so they can be able to fix it.