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Hardy
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Hi,
this is a nice puzzle game, but why is is designed only for max. 4 players?

As players play simultaneously, and thus there are no waiting times, this would be an perfect game to play with larger groups. It would even be more fun with many cometitors.

With just 4 players at the table, I would usually always play those nice strategic games, of which many only go up to four, but for good reasons... (like e.g. Dungeon Lords, Myrmes, Stone age etc.)

A game like Just in time, we would most likely want to bring to the table, when we are 5, 6 or even more people, so on occasions when the group is too large for those heavy long-taking strategy heavy weights.
Strangely though, the publisher exluded the player numbers, for which this game would be best suited.
This is like if yould publish a new edition of werewolf, but limit the player number to 4...

I hope this will get fixed soon and Ravensburger will publish an expansion for at least 2 more (better 4 more) players...
 
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Michał Gołębiowski
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4 players is the usual amount, and giving more components would make the game more expensive. You can always buy another box as a 5-8 players expansion
 
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