Remember Remember….November!

Hello everyone out there! I am really excited about this next month of content because publishers have been very kind to me. You should see a lot of thank you thank you thank you in my posts this month. I should also thank you all for reading my posts this past month. I had no idea the amount of work it takes to make a blog and try to keep up with the conversation and releases. You all have made it easy.

So what’s going on this month? Here are some of the games I have lined up this month:

D-Day Dice 2nd Edition KS Preview: I am super excited for the updated version of one of the most popular hard to find solitaire games. I honestly never played it coop until I received this demo copy. You should see something before the KS campaign on Nov. 11th.

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Tulip Bubble is an auctioning/market manipulation game about the Tulip market during a very short window of time in history. It has some interesting little mechanics so stay tuned.

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Liberatores: The Conspiracy to Liberate Rome is a multiplayer social deduction tug of war between three factions to save or protect Julius Cesar. For a social deduction game, this is more than a quick medium experience.

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I have couple games that are solo/coop I’m expecting to arrive this month, but if they don’t pan out I have a couple substitutes:

Stay tuned party people! Let me know what you want to see. I am always open to suggestions for solo games. Please give me a follow to this blog or follow me on Twitter @jambapg.

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