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Three reasons I like this board game subscription box:
1. The selection is not random - you can pick which game suits your needs. And if you already own all three choices - you can pick one that would be suitable to use as a gift.
2. The three games in the selections each month have been varied, topical, and high-quality.
3. Upon review past game selections - the team curating appears to have a focus on continual improvement to selections.
The only disappointing thing is that it is US shipping only. But there are plenty of work-arounds for that.
My family looks forward to the next box of fun that we are going to have. Every game has been great and I am glad I found this box.
So far, we enjoy this service. We had a slight issue regarding shipping. We were sent the wrong tracking information and that led to some confusion.
We really enjoyed the game. It isn't overly complex and we picked it up quickly, considering I'm legally blind and we have a seven and nine year old. There's a lot of room to help or double-cross the other players.
I can't wait to try the game out!
My group has not yet played Planet, we usually meet once a month or so.
We received the first game a couple of nights ago and have really enjoyed it. Our favorite part is that we get to play games that we haven't heard of before. Can't wait to see more!
As a kindergarten teacher I am always looking for fun and creative ways to challenge my students in the abilities we develop over the year. With a subscription like Unboxboardom, I’ll be able to introduce different games that reach specific skills necessary for cognitive abilities as well as social cues! I can’t wait to start the school year with some fresh games and ideas!
I love this subscription so much! I ended up with an awesome collection of games that my friends and I just LOVE
Perfect game for our family, more of the same, please
We loved the game.
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