Anthony BoydellUnited Kingdom
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A quick post today - what with work and museums and everything. Whilst on holiday, I happened upon the following 'thing' on my Internet browsings and, naturally, it got me to thinking:
Drainage ditches? The Wash flooding, excavation like 'Trans-Oz' etc
Potatoes? Rubble cubes on 'Field' cards that 'grow' with the weather and need harvesting/delivery before they spoil.
Sugar Beet? Making use of the Event cubes, somehow, as a product that can be delivered!
Also, in the same 'area' of the UK, the North Norfolk coastline that is close to my paternal family's history: the towns of Cromer and Sheringham as part of:
Passengers (pink cubes) being delivered to beaches (a new type of Track card)
Building Cromer Pier
The Norfolk Broads, Bitterns and bird-spotting
If I start in Norwich, I can shoehorn something Colemans Mustard-related into the mix too!
Life and Games (but mostly games) from Tony Boydell: Father, Grandfather, Husband and Independent UK Game Designer.
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