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£5.75Spielbox magazine 03 2016

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Interview
1,7 Million - and No End in Sight: 20 years of Wizard

Portrait
Fearing the Parcel Man: Kirsten Hiese

Feature
A Problem to be Taken Seriously: Who's On First?

Regulars
Marching Orders: Oldie: Elefantenparade
Making Connections: My Turn: Lines and Spaces
Meeple Incognito: Modern Game Elements

Report
Unbounded Scientific Curiosity: Board Game Studies in Nuremberg

Evergreen
A Child of Its Times: The Last Spike

To be Continued
German Railroads
Ticket to Ride: United Kingdom

Review
Mum, I Want a Child with You! Dynasties
Tricktaking Without Cards: Skull King - Das Würfelspiel (The Dice Game)
City Building with Elephants: Kerala
My Kingdom for a Dress: Shakespeare
Welcome Back to the Club: Legends
United We Fall: Pandemic Legacy
The Captain I the Last to Leave the Ship: Celestia
Insanity with Variable Duration: Ancient Terrible Things
More Than 12,000 Kickstarter Backers Wanted It: Tiny Epic Galaxy
Explotions Without the Bang: Potion Explotion
Plenty of Dragons: Simurgh
A Highly Volatile Amusement: Nitro Glyxerol
Crisscrossing the United States: Switching Tracks
Holding Out Till Someone Goes Bust: Ponzi Scheme
Groundhog Day Manga: Tragedy Looper

For Kids
Ausgefuchst!
Dschungel Bande
Burg Flatterstein
Das kleine Gespenst - Wettlauf zur Burg Eulenstein
Die Helden von Kaskaria

At A Glance
Pingvasion
Raid & Trade
Games of Trains
Crossing

Appropos: Heckmeck am Bratwurmeck
Tweaks and Variations: Sarkophag, Celestia; Karuba

Customer Reviews

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Covid 19 update

Please note we are still up and running but due to unprecedented demand for this time of year it is taking us longer than usual to get parcels out. This combined with Royal Mail reporting delays in some areas due to staff being of sick / self isolating, means orders are taking longer than usual to arrive. thank you for your patience,

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