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Offline bbmike

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Re: Updated Solitaire Games Listing
« Reply #15 on: June 20, 2018, 03:56:01 PM »
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If you're looking for non-WWII, then I've really enjoyed Don't Tread on Me.
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This x1000! Don't Tread on Me is great solitaire game. The other two games in that series (British War Series) are:
N: The Napoleonic Wars and Mrs Thatcher's War: The Falklands.

And I just noticed on BGG that Gorbachev: The Fall of Communism is about to be released!

All three of those have been on my wish list.  I think they're offered in a bundle deal, too.

Question:  Does that publisher print it's own stuff "on demand", or do they stock up on product printed elsewhere?  Always concerned about stuff going out of print.  :pullhair:

They are 'print on demand'.
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Offline Nefaro

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Re: Updated Solitaire Games Listing
« Reply #16 on: June 20, 2018, 04:05:01 PM »
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If you're looking for non-WWII, then I've really enjoyed Don't Tread on Me.
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This x1000! Don't Tread on Me is great solitaire game. The other two games in that series (British War Series) are:
N: The Napoleonic Wars and Mrs Thatcher's War: The Falklands.

And I just noticed on BGG that Gorbachev: The Fall of Communism is about to be released!

All three of those have been on my wish list.  I think they're offered in a bundle deal, too.

Question:  Does that publisher print it's own stuff "on demand", or do they stock up on product printed elsewhere?  Always concerned about stuff going out of print.  :pullhair:

They are 'print on demand'.

Good to know.  Thanks!  :bd: