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Gian Carlo Ceccoli
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I again placed on my table Labyrinth after about one year that do not touch him.
I believe that it is one of the best hosts games published on the contemporary period and between the carddriven.
I think it's a shame not to plan other titles of a similar system and on contemporary topics. The COIN games are great, but Labyrinth is one other thing ...............

I invite you to think Volko ...............; I saw the imminent publication of an expansion on the title, but there are other environments and wars, even today, they deserve a sequel .................

Thank you,

GC
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Not that I particularly think just other contemporary topics are covered in a CDG, I DO agree with you that the card-driven hand management of Labyrinth warrants more CDGs for conflicts in general.

I'd like to see one on the Peloponnesian war, perhaps.

The COIN games are good, but I wish they were multiplayer CDGs in the vein of Sword of Rome and Successors.
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Wish fulfilled ... probably!

https://www.gmtgames.com/p-528-labyrinth-the-awakening-2010-...
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dirubin wrote:

$35 MSRP!?
 
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Robrob wrote:
$35 MSRP!?


And the gameplay is worth every penny at full MSRP.

Plus it includes a heap of material.
120 Playing Cards
15 Wood Cubes and 4 Wood Cylinders
46 Double Sided Markers
3 New Country Mats
7 Scenarios
Expanded Rules of Play Booklet

besides lacking the mounted board and a couple of wooden tokens it includes almost as much as the base game.
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GC58 wrote:
I again placed on my table Labyrinth after about one year that do not touch him.
I believe that it is one of the best hosts games published on the contemporary period and between the carddriven.
I think it's a shame not to plan other titles of a similar system and on contemporary topics. The COIN games are great, but Labyrinth is one other thing ...............

I invite you to think Volko ...............; I saw the imminent publication of an expansion on the title, but there are other environments and wars, even today, they deserve a sequel .................

Thank you,

GC

Hello Gian Carlo! Thank you for the kind words!

I think it is a great idea, and I certainly would love to see it. I am currently suffering (or rather blessed with) a full dance card, so it won't be me to design it, not for some time to come.

But there are many talented folks around here, so ...

Best regards! Volko
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I was dreaming of an Ancient Greece COIN game... Delian League, Peloponnesian League, Persia (not sure who the 4th could be... Thracians? Macedonians?).
But a Labyrinth-style version of the Peloponnesian War would be great.
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