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  • PSG Board Gaming

    Hi Everybody... I'm very sorry about the continuous disruptions to our game nights. Things should start going back to normal now as my house is no longer

    kaelistus 4 hours ago
  • games for sale

    I have the following, punched but never played, for sale Madeira by What's Your Game $45 Anachrony (kickstarter edition, sorry no sleeve though just could not

    chrisarogalski 7 days ago
  • File - Unity Games Etiquette.txt

    Unity Games Etiquette - REVISED January 25, 2006 This is an auto-post... Please read carefully so that the UG list is a more efficient place for both posters

    Unity_Games@yahoogroups.com 7 days ago
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Welcome to Unity Games! We are an open board game discussion forum which includes individual gamer enthusiasts as well as members of various game groups in the Eastern Massachusetts (near Boston) and surrounding areas (nearby parts of RI and NH and CT although the focus is on the Eastern MA area). The "Unity Games" list is aimed at discussing board and card games with the emphasis is on German/Euro/Designer style boardgames (Settlers of Catan, Acquire, Euphrat & Tigris, Union Pacific, Carabande, etc) but "classic" boardgames and dexterity games (like Crokinole) are discussed and played as well. It also serves as a meeting place to find open game events where you can play and allows local gamers to keep in touch with eachother. Unity Games is both a forum and a resource which serves interested gamers in the area. Enjoy!

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  • Board Games
  • Jul 1, 2000
  • English

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