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Looking for Playtesters for historic euro-style co-op game

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MarkD1733
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This game is in the finishing stages of development. I am looking for playtesters for a euro-style game of co-operative worker placement and resource management game with a historical theme. It plays 2-4 players approximately 1.5 hours.

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Is it print and play? If so,

Is it print and play?
If so, you have a better chance finding play testers here.

They can print it at home and play.

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I will try to make it so

Good advice. Is there any advice how to deliver print and play? Or how to. Set up for downloads? Does this website support that?

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I don't know. I only know

I don't know. I only know that you can place pictures on this forum. (thus a way of showing how it should look like)

I am not a programmer. But if you have a manual. You can post the manual just here as a simple post. Or you need to find a way for sharing a (word or pdf) document. Which I unfortunately can't help you with.

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you ve helped plenty!

Thanks...I will do what I can to make this printable.

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I'd suggest using a service

I'd suggest using a service like Dropbox to put your PnP files online. It's really easy to set up either public or private sharing folders to distribute your files.

I may be able to do some playtesting for you too. I'd have to have a look at the game more closely and see if I think it fits with my gaming group.

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I appreciate the suggestions...

Just a bit more on the game...

Theme: Revolutionary War
Game Mechanics: Resource Management, Cards, Variable Player Powers, Worker Placement, Point to Point movement

Whereas most Revolutionary War themed games tend to be strategic war games (understandably), this one is more around co-operative resource management in an attempt to be more victorious than not. Each player has his own power that contributes to the overall victory condition, which in the end, also help with determining the winner amongst the heroes of the American Revolution.

The game also helps to feature so many other historic notables that tend to be overshadowed by General George Washington, General Burgoyne, Cornwallis, etc. (again, understandably so).

As I put it all together, I will let you know how to get the game info to print and play (if I think that approach is feasible).

Thanks!

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