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Board Game Week: Understanding Hobby Game Terms

Like any hobby or industry, board gaming comes with its own set of jargon. When reading up on the topic or talking to more enthusiastic hobbyists, you may encounter terms that you don’t understand. Generally these refer to particular types of game. Here’s a guide to help you demystify the jargon, though bear in mind […] The post Board Game Week: Understanding Hobby Game Terms appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
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