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philippe C.
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Hello,

I'm wondering if "Days of ire : Budapest 1956" will be sell in store ? And if yes, do you know when ? 2016, 2017 ?

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Konrad T
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Some stores are taking pre-orders on the game. They state December 2016
 
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We certainly want it to be sold in stores. We have secured US distribution, and we're negotiating with a few European shops/retailers/distributors/etc.

I would assume they'll get their copies with or immediately after the KS backers (depending where/when/how many copies they bought), so those preorders will be fulfilled from January onwards...
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I saw quite a few copies in a store in Budapest (Reflex?) just last week!

Turns out the Hungarian version has a third play mode for families, which uses no text (I think that's what I understood).
 
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custard_t wrote:
I saw quite a few copies in a store in Budapest (Reflex?) just last week!

Turns out the Hungarian version has a third play mode for families, which uses no text (I think that's what I understood).


The Hungarian edition had some differences to make it more viable for family market, and done separately by a local publisher. That's how it's possible that it's already in shops.
 
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custard_t wrote:
I saw quite a few copies in a store in Budapest (Reflex?) just last week!

Turns out the Hungarian version has a third play mode for families, which uses no text (I think that's what I understood).


There is a Hungarian edition of the game. It is translated and published by Kard és Korona, and the Hungarian title of the game is Pesti Srácok 1956. Their main distributor is Reflexshop. It was released in Hungary in october 23rd, to to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the event. It was a domestic production (=manufactured in Hungary), so it was possible for them to do that.
The Hungarian edition does have a 3rd, simplified game mode, which does use text (revolutionary card ability text and location names). Although the game 3rd mode is technically playable with the international edition, there is a catch: it uses only 11 specific fighters, and there are 11 events tagged "crisis", which have a special rule to them. These tags are not on the international cards, as the Hungarian edition was being worked on way after the KS campaingn.
Also, the Hungarian edition have slightly modified artwork, and also a bit different card size.
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Turoscsusza wrote:
custard_t wrote:
I saw quite a few copies in a store in Budapest (Reflex?) just last week!

Turns out the Hungarian version has a third play mode for families, which uses no text (I think that's what I understood).


There is a Hungarian edition of the game. It is translated and published by Kard és Korona, and the Hungarian title of the game is Pesti Srácok 1956. Their main distributor is Reflexshop. It was released in Hungary in october 23rd, to to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the event. It was a domestic production (=manufactured in Hungary), so it was possible for them to do that.
The Hungarian edition does have a 3rd, simplified game mode, which does use text (revolutionary card ability text and location names). Although the game 3rd mode is technically playable with the international edition, there is a catch: it uses only 11 specific fighters, and there are 11 events tagged "crisis", which have a special rule to them. These tags are not on the international cards, as the Hungarian edition was being worked on way after the KS campaingn.
Also, the Hungarian edition have slightly modified artwork, and also a bit different card size.


I saw it being played this weekend on Budapest. It looked like good fun
 
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philippe C.
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For France ? If you sell it i think with Philibert.
 
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Turoscsusza wrote:
and the Hungarian title of the game is Pesti Srácok 1956.
That's seems a bizarre title. Was it called that because of the musical, or is it a quote from something?
 
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Turoscsusza wrote:
custard_t wrote:
I saw quite a few copies in a store in Budapest (Reflex?) just last week!

Turns out the Hungarian version has a third play mode for families, which uses no text (I think that's what I understood).


There is a Hungarian edition of the game. It is translated and published by Kard és Korona, and the Hungarian title of the game is Pesti Srácok 1956. Their main distributor is Reflexshop. It was released in Hungary in october 23rd, to to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the event. It was a domestic production (=manufactured in Hungary), so it was possible for them to do that.
The Hungarian edition does have a 3rd, simplified game mode, which does use text (revolutionary card ability text and location names). Although the game 3rd mode is technically playable with the international edition, there is a catch: it uses only 11 specific fighters, and there are 11 events tagged "crisis", which have a special rule to them. These tags are not on the international cards, as the Hungarian edition was being worked on way after the KS campaingn.
Also, the Hungarian edition have slightly modified artwork, and also a bit different card size.


Do you have a link I can share? I belong to some Hungarian-based groups that may be interested in this game and I'd love to spread the word!
 
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essayons7 wrote:
Turoscsusza wrote:
custard_t wrote:
I saw quite a few copies in a store in Budapest (Reflex?) just last week!

Turns out the Hungarian version has a third play mode for families, which uses no text (I think that's what I understood).


There is a Hungarian edition of the game. It is translated and published by Kard és Korona, and the Hungarian title of the game is Pesti Srácok 1956. Their main distributor is Reflexshop. It was released in Hungary in october 23rd, to to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the event. It was a domestic production (=manufactured in Hungary), so it was possible for them to do that.
The Hungarian edition does have a 3rd, simplified game mode, which does use text (revolutionary card ability text and location names). Although the game 3rd mode is technically playable with the international edition, there is a catch: it uses only 11 specific fighters, and there are 11 events tagged "crisis", which have a special rule to them. These tags are not on the international cards, as the Hungarian edition was being worked on way after the KS campaingn.
Also, the Hungarian edition have slightly modified artwork, and also a bit different card size.


Do you have a link I can share? I belong to some Hungarian-based groups that may be interested in this game and I'd love to spread the word!


I am half-Hungarian (on my father's side - he was born in Budapest and the family fled in 1944). When I saw this game, I had to back it so we could sell it on our website. My dad is not a gamer, but I think he might be willing to try this one out.
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Donald M.
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All for a family edition. Hate overly complex games.
 
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