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Carbon City Zero Board Game Review

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03 Jul 2020 00:01 #311646 by oliverkinne
It seems like I've got into city building games, see...

It was time to build a better future and turn this city around. We knew we had to reduce our carbon output quickly. Our aim was to be carbon neutral. Yet, the road there would be difficult and tough decisions had to be made. Modernizing our housing stock, building wind farms, offering grants for solar panels and everything else would cost a lot of money. If we wanted to move quickly, we might have to accept a temporary increase in carbon output to build factories, that would help us finance the final goal - or we could go slowly and use our existing funds to improve things gradually. We were not alone though. There were a number of others who wanted to become the first Carbon City Zero by Possible.

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04 Jul 2020 17:41 #311686 by Vysetron
I remember this coming around on KS and thinking it was a great idea. Doubly so in an industry as wasteful as board games. Glad to see it got printed, that they maintained their environmental commitments, and that it's actually good.

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15 Jul 2020 06:50 #312069 by oliverkinne
Thank you, @Vysetron. Yes, it's great that it all went through. It's a lovely little game that helps you think and learn about the environment and carbon reduction in particular.

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