Thinking Past

By Polar_Bear
In Board Games
Mar 18th, 2015
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Thinking Past has just over a day left on their Fujian Trader Kickstarter campaign. They’ve not quite made it to their goal, but they’re getting ever-closer. With one big, last push, they’re hoping to make it to their goal. A bit of editorializing: I loved playing this game. You can...
By Polar_Bear
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Mar 13th, 2015
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Though it’s raining here in Atlanta on this Friday the 13th, we’re not letting it get us down. GAMA is next week, as well as AdeptiCon. So there’s plenty to be looking forward to. And, of course, there’s gaming this weekend. For me, there’ll be D&D. What do you have...
By Polar_Bear
In Board Games
Feb 20th, 2015
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The Meeple Mechanic has another installment of The Fiver, where they talk with game designers about their projects up on Kickstarter. This time it’s a twofer with Sari Gilbert and Robert Batchelor talking about Fujian Trader. Source From the post:...
By Polar_Bear
In Board Games
Feb 19th, 2015
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Thinking Past has made a new, slightly more economical pledge level for their Fujian Trader game on Kickstarter. The new level is not only a little cheaper, but should also make shipping the game cheaper as well. So it’s like you save twice. Not sure about the game? Check out my review (here) t...
By Polar_Bear
In Board Games
Feb 11th, 2015
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Thinking Past has launched a Kickstarter campaign for Fujian Trader. In the game, you play as a trading house in the seas around China. Look to gain as much influence you can before the mainland is invaded. In case you missed it somehow, I did a review of the game here. Source From the campaign:...
By Polar_Bear
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Feb 11th, 2015
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I love Asian history. Growing up in the US, schools didn’t really teach me much of what happened on basically an entire hemisphere of the planet. It wasn’t until I started working on a history degree that I was finally able to take some Eastern Civ. classes. The good people at Thinking Pa...