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Dungeon Bounty

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After seeing quite a few posts about this traditional deck solitaire game on SGOYT I finally got around to trying Dungeon Bounty by Aaron Camponi and Theo Peters.

I originally printed and laminated the official mats, but I had issues with the cards slipping and the mats shifting so I designed my own mini-mat. I like partial mats to keep cards and piles organized on the play surface because it's easier for me to pick up cards when they're mostly on the tabletop.

Printed on 110 index and backed with 100lb heavy coverstock (271gsm) and laminated. This has become my go-to method for roll and write boards and it works well here for mat that is firm and doesn't move around during play.

From gallery of pangean

From gallery of pangean

This is a really addictive solitaire game that is fast to play once you've got the rules down. A part of me wants a custom deck, but another part of me appreciates the opportunity to use some of my theme decks.

I have played this quite a bit over recent days, great for a quick-ish dungeon crawl and getting a top score at the highest difficulty level, bloodlust, should be a fun challenge. I can see myself returning to this one quite a bit. I'm always happy to try a traditional deck game, but so far the only other one that really grabbed me was the Bogey by Katharine Turner. They are completely different games but they both succeed at having that play-again traditional solitaire feel.
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