Monday, April 20, 2009

Miami Herald notices the trend

Fans pass go, collect European versions
...European-style or, more specifically, German-style board games have recently been gaining traction in the mainstream American market. With a sophisticated blend of strategy, chance and social interplay -- and higher-quality pieces made of wood rather than plastic -- these board games from across the pond have generated legions of serious gaming fans....

I don't really have a lot to say at the moment other than, "Holy cripes, another one..."

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