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Surya Van Lierde is pure Eurosnoot and proud of it!
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When Macao was released, White Goblin published the Dutch edition and indicated they would be publishing future Alea games to. I'm not sure that's only applicable to the big box releases, as Glenn More was not published by them (yet?). Any news on this game coming from them?
 
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Or is that decision dependent on the language dependency/independecy of the game?
eg Macao has a lot of text on the cards and clearly benefited from the Dutch version; In the year of the Dragon, Notre Dame, Glen More are language independent [or very close to], so do not necessarily "require" a Dutch version. True gamers will find their way for these games using the English or German version as decent Dutch rules are available.

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