Brant Guillory, 15 October 2020 ~ #UnboxingDay
The first effort from Fort Circle Games is already making waves in the educational & learning world, with exposure through such great venues as GUWS and the USNA museum at Annapolis. It’s a more obscure campaign in American history (well, unless you’re a Marine), but an important one in the early history of the country.
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All of the components are heavy and feel bombproof. It’s a mounted 4-panel map, heavyweight paper, and slick, linen-texture cards. Fort Circle has come out swinging in their production values, and if this is indicative of what’s to come, has a bright future ahead in their component quality. We’ll let you know how it plays soon enough.
Thanks for joining this month’s #UnboxingDay with the Armchair Dragoons and we hope you enjoyed our recon of our recent acquisitions.
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The regiment also occasionally musters on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, and occasionally at a convention near you, once we’re allowed to hold them again.