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New game added: pick & pack

 (Wednesday November 28 2007)

We have launched a new game: pick & pack (pick and pack). This is a game by Simon Hunt and it published by Z-man Games. Z-man Games gave us permission to add this game to our games list.

The rules can be found here. If there are any bugs, please report them on our forum.

Comments

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Comment of JesBoZo (28-11-2007, 21:54):
sounds like a cool game icon_biggrin.gif

Comment of Aldiris (30-11-2007, 19:47):
Copied from the rules:

Each player now takes his 12 action tiles and places them face up on his action rows, one per space. Players may choose to take turns placing the tiles, or agree to just place them simultaneously.

I hope you'll make the player place them simultaneously, 12 moves per player just to set up the game seems too much to me. Maybe do the setup like streetsoccer, but with the difference that player 2 doesn't know the setup of player 1?

Comment of Aldiris (30-11-2007, 19:48):
But I agree with JesBoZo, sounds like a cool game icon_wink.gif

Comment of Vipbitch (01-12-2007, 20:12):
Looks great! Hope it won't take too long to develop! goodgame.gif

Comment of bram (02-12-2007, 14:14):
@aldiris, not simultaneously, but in turn 1 player red and in turn 2 player blue all tiles icon_smile.gif And the second player can not see the first player action tiles.

Comment of Aldiris (02-12-2007, 21:31):
@ bram: exactly what I meant, good job!

Comment of Jon.Dann (07-12-2007, 04:24):
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Comment of Vipbitch (08-12-2007, 01:52):
Just made 4 moves, get it on the dutch site, will ye Bram?

Comment of bram (08-12-2007, 18:23):
@vipbitch, probably next year.

Comment of Vipbitch (09-12-2007, 00:13):
Oh oké, I can wait another month new_silly.gif

Comment of slic (14-12-2007, 22:46):
I'm playing now, and it is odd, but fun

Comment of radaliendad (31-12-2008, 22:09):
I like it! Very interesting concept.