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14 Apr 2022 11:15 #332299 by Michael Barnes
I was instantly delighted when I opened the package that...

GF9's new small box games offer big fun at low price points.

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14 Apr 2022 13:22 - 14 Apr 2022 13:24 #332300 by fightcitymayor
Speaking of ye olde Silver Line series, Asmodee appears to be embarking on a Greatest Hits type of label: "Unbox Now."


Asmodee launched Unbox Now, a new board game label, into U.S. retail.

Unbox Now is a new board game label aimed at helping friends and family choose the right board game to play together. The Unbox Now label will feature 11 best-selling Asmodee games, and games under this label have won over 140 awards. Unbox Now also introduces a Loyalty Program that rewards players with additional free content and online features like instructions, infographics and rulebooks.

"With thousands of products to choose from, it can be overwhelming for consumers who are new to board games to know just which game is right for them," said Andre Kieren, Head of Asmodee USA Distribution. "With Unbox Now, that question is an easy one to answer: you know that when you choose an Unbox Now board game it will be the best the industry has to offer, easy to learn and play, and enjoyable for all ages.”

Games under the Unbox Now label also include free access to a digital version of the purchased game on Board Game Arena for online play. Currently, the following Asmodee games are under the Unbox Now label: CATAN, Rivals for CATAN, Pandemic, Ticket to Ride, Ticket to Ride Europe, 7 Wonders, 7 Wonders Duel, Carcassonne, Splendor, Dixit, and Azul.


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14 Apr 2022 14:14 #332302 by Smeagol
Is Seven Wonders :Duel a bit out of place in that photo?

It's just so much different than those others, and only really acessible to people that have played Seven wonders First. Why not put Seven Wonders in that group?

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07 May 2022 18:27 #332886 by drewcula

Smeagol wrote: Is Seven Wonders :Duel a bit out of place in that photo?

It's just so much different than those others, and only really acessible to people that have played Seven wonders First. Why not put Seven Wonders in that group?


Maybe in price point.

My wife and I only play Seven Wonders: Duel. She's never played SW, and I only did once (hating it). We both dig SW:D.

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07 May 2022 21:23 #332892 by Cranberries
I was reading some Firefox homepage/Pocket clickbait article on how globalization and cheap stuff may be going away, and wondering if how that will affect the material production of boardgames, especially if publishers move to local production. I know nothing, but would hazard a guess that we'll get expensive games with high production values from time to time but see more of this small box stuff, and in my dream apocalyptic gaming future, more historically rich small games like 1st edition Pax Pamir or other games of that ilk. I realize I keep saying this in different threads, repeatedly, but only because I'm starting to believe that language is an advanced form of magic that can alter reality. Small good games. Small good games.
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