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Jake Lj
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Was curious how big this game was when setup and played. I am considering this but don't have a ton of space. If I can leave Arkham Horror setup, would this game fit in about the same area?

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Brian
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The board is pretty big, but the game doesn't take up more space than Arkham Horror. You should be fine.
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Byron Campbell
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Arkham Horror does not fit on my table unless I keep some things (like character sheets) on a separate surface. Robinson fits just fine. It helps that the players aren't holding on to a lot of little cards and things.
 
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RC is smaller than Talisman and much smaller than Police Presinct

Don't have a ton of chits and cards like Mage Knight but only some..

Anyways this is a must have game. Simply excellent
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Jake Lj
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Thanks everyone. Knowing it will fit my table in the spare room is enough for me to pull the trigger next time it's available.
 
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Paul Cockburn
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If you want hard figures, my suggestion for solo play is a working area of 110 cm width and 80 cm depth. This easily allows for the main board, the scenario sheet to one side, several piles of tokens, cubes, cards and tiles to the other side and the character sheet (plus Friday and Dog) below.

Playing multiplayer might involve a bigger area, but not by much. The additional character sheets are the only extra space-taking components. Although I've given you precise figures, you could manage in a smaller space if you piled the components up neatly.
 
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