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BGG News: news from Italy

(Italiano) It is now online a new article for the “News from Italy” series on BGG.

Here the final part of the article with a few “two cent” remarks about the titles on this list and the Italian market in general:

• Simone Luciani had three different games released in 2012 from three different publishers: Sheepland, Tzolk’in: The Mayan Calendar and Urbania, with Daniele Tascini being co-author of the first two titles. He also took first and second place in the 2012 Archimede Prize for best unpublished games. Perhaps we’re looking at the rise of a new star?
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Libertalia

Plauful Thoughts: Libertalia

This week is coming to the end. Last night at Club TreEmme was a night game: after starting a 1969‘s table I played Swordfish with two friends while on the table close to us was in scene Republic of Rome.

After Swordfish, which I will definitely details next week, we played a 6 players game of Libertalia. Playing it I immediately came to mind the many similarities with 7 Wonders, one of the most successful games of recent years and I asked if Libertalia will have the same success and more importantly, what are the ingredients for the success of a game?
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