Wow! Once again, way too long without an update. Rather than create a separate post each thing going on lately, let’s just talk about it all at once. Here’s what’s happening:
Yeah yeah, I know. I said it was done in December. And then maybe again back in May. But now it’s REALLY done. Like there’s nothing in the world Morgan and I can imagine doing to it to improve it. We’re ready to sit back for a while and just let it be.
Today’s December 8th, and you know what that means folks. Rum Run is released! Well, at least it will be in a couple of hours. We’re putting the finishing touches on the rulebook now, and it’s very nearly done. But that doesn’t […]
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