So my version of Shima came in the mail today, and as per usual with The Game Crafter, the quality of everything is superb. Only minor hang-up: the spinner is a pain-and-a-half to pop off (this is necessary for when you flip the board for the Batsu Minigame). It’s near impossible to do by hand; luckily I found a trick using the back of a pencil eraser. Still… that’s going to look silly in the rules. Oh well. Click on the images for some high-resolution photos. What do you think??
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- 'Whoa, I can actually make money on these things!' – how one man cashed in on the board game renaissance