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This week’s new releases

It’s the summer holidays, but it looks like nobody has told this to the board game publishers. They keep on releasing game after game, which means that this week we are expecting fourteen new games/expansions:

Most of these will be available on Wednesday, but some (Ticket to Ride, Runebound Expansion, Modern Art) will get released at the end of the week.

New stock has arrived (17/01/17)

Today the first delivery of the week with new stock has arrived.

New in stock are:

Argo

Back in stock are:

Sekigahara

For later this week we are expecting:

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Sekigahara back tomorrow

The reprint of Sekigahara will finally arrive tomorrow.

Sekigahara is a 3-hour block game based on the Japanese campaign waged in 1600. The 7-week war, fought along Japan’s two major highways and in scattered sieges and backcountry skirmishes, elevated Tokugawa Ieyasu to Shogun and unified Japan for 265 years.

Sekigahara

What’s happening this week?

We are quite busy this week with a lot of new games arriving at the same time. Here a short update what has happened today and yesterday and what we are expecting for the rest of the week:

Yesterday Great Western Trail finally arrived. All pre-orders have been shipped today. The next delivery of the game should arrive in a few weeks, we will post an update as soon as we have a confirmed delivery date.

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Great Western Trail wasn’t the only game to arrive, we have also received:

But this is not all, we have also a few of those bad boys in stock:

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What are we expecting for the rest of the week:

Next week’s new releases (24/06/216)

Next week’s new releases are now online:

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Together with Falling Sky we will also receive a restock of two other Coin games: Cuba Libre and A Distant Plain.

All five games should be here by Wednesday.

Restocks have arrived

We have received quite a few restocks today.

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The first delivery included Viticulture Essential Edition and Between Two Cities. I can especially recommend Between Two Cities: A light-weight tile drafting and city building game. It’s great for larger group because it plays up to seven. If you haven’t heard anything about it, watch GameNight play the game.

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The second delivery included: