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Submitted by MattS 1550d ago | review

Review: A Small World; or proof the iPad is board game paradise | Digitally Downloaded

A Small World is somewhat experimental. It demands to be treated like a board game, and not like a video game, and it's largely successful. It's the kind of game that could only work on the nice, big screen of an iPad. (Casual games, iPad, Mobile) 5/5

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