Get Me a Fresh Brain! Board Game Review

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06 Mar 2019 00:00 #293454 by WadeMonnig
 
Like it or not, first impressions are key when it...

Building an imperfect beast.

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06 Mar 2019 10:16 #293455 by ubarose
Sounds awful.
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06 Mar 2019 11:25 #293458 by Colorcrayons
Was this a mass market game?

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06 Mar 2019 11:57 #293459 by Michael Barnes
Nope.

Kickstarted in 2017
Anticipated Delivery November 2017
Shipped to backers January 2019
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06 Mar 2019 12:04 #293460 by Gary Sax
It's impossible to generalize about kickstarter, of course, but I think my least favorite genre of kickstarter is the mainstream-looking board game, often with "cute" art. Exploding kittens, things like this.
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07 Mar 2019 15:43 #293507 by WadeMonnig
IMHO, the biggest problem with crowdfunded games that I have played is that no one was "there" to say "You know, sorry if I hurt your feelings but this bit here and here needs to be refined." It's as if they were developed in a isolation chamber. For every game like Carthage that turns out fantastically, there are a half dozen games with easily fixed issues and errors that the designer was "too close" to see.
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