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Submitted by PaPa-Slam 690d ago | review

TouchGen: Reiner Knizia Qin Review

TouchGen: With Qin, Reiner Kinzia got there first. That is, it’s the first iOS board game to be released simultaneously with the version that will be found on shelves of toy stores everywhere, made of cardboard and plastic bits that will inevitably get lost down the back of the sofa. (iPhone, Reiner Knizia) 3.5/5

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