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Subject: Tiny cards made bigger! rss

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Miguel
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[Disclamer: I have posted a similar thread in TransAmerica, for users not owning/knowing both games.]

We have been enjoying TransEuropa (with the Vexation expansion, of course) as a gateway game with our friends, and are now trying TransAmerica to have the same experience but with a new board. However, the only issue I found for TE is there for TA too: the cards are tiny!

In both games the small size makes the purpose of the illustrations fail: in TA you want to "see" right away where the city is, in TE you want to appreciate a representative monument of this city. I thought the game would be much better with bigger cards, and I have thus scanned them, printed larger, and laminated:



I like the result a lot, and thought that others may find the work I did useful and that I could upload the PDF I built. But I'm almost sure such a file would be rejected due to copyright issues.

Do you think this file should be uploaded? It is not just a scan, it is based on a scan but it is a significant improvement over the existing components, and as such I think it should find its place here...


EDIT: Indeed what made me think about this was the picture showing the Fly Europe version of the game:
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Mikko Saari
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I'd say no, at least without permission from the copyright owner (and I'm surprised if you get that permission).

I suppose this is something people should do themselves based on your idea, if they want to.
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