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Pay What You Can: Fireball Island - Restoration Games

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Not sure if you guys have seen this, but Restoration Games is offering a pay-what-you-can option for #Fireball Island: The Curse of Vul-Kar. The proceeds will go to help hard hit charities/organizations from this lockdown. Pretty cool of them to do that, and very trusting as well. They recommend $30, but you can pay anything. If you've been eying this, now might be a good time!

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7 months ago

That's very cool of them, US only so unfortunately not for me but very generous!

7 months ago

I picked up one and it gave me a good excuse to pick up #Unmatched: Jurassic Park - Ingen vs. Raptors too. Great move by Restoration to turn a clearance sale into a charity benefit. I'm becoming part of the Restoration family. I'm basically in for all the Unmatched expansions at this point and then I need to get #Downforce. There's expansions for Downforce and Fireball Island too!
This is kind of working towards my plan of having less new games and expanding games that I like.

7 months ago

I was sorely tempted to get additional games as well. Downforce is so much fun. And knowing there are dinosaurs in Unmatched made it it even more appealing to me now haha

7 months ago

I've only played Downforce on TTS, but it was so much fun. I'll definitely get it at some point. As for Unmatched, it's a great tactical combat game. I bought Funkoverse first but really didn't like it and sold it. Then I got Unmatched and my son and I love it. I can easily seeing me getting all the expansions.

Owner7 months ago

That's a pretty cool concept to buy games around. I may use that!

7 months ago

I think it would make my wife happier! Not that she's upset, but she's not as into learning new games as I am. Really though, I just don't want a stack of shame. I'm the kind of person who isn't playing a game I want to sell it (I'm looking at YOU Scythe) but if I have fewer games, and I enjoy them, and I have options when playing them, I think that might be a win for me overall.

Supporter7 months ago

I like this idea - more content, less volume. Expert in a game versus played a ton of games twice. 

Supporter7 months ago

This is great! Great idea by a cool company. 

7 months ago

Very cool.  While we played #Fireball Island: The Curse of Vul-Kar and thought it was OK, it's most likely a great family game and this is a nice time for someone to jump on board for it.  Good on Restoration Games for doing this during a tough time!

7 months ago

Yup, that's why I got it--for a family game. My kids are going to LOVE it. They may not grasp the actual gameplay until they're older, but the exposer will be fun :) 

7 months ago

This is exactly why I got it. I know my kids (8 and 11) will go "Whoa!" and love it. The fact that it plays with cards and can be a little more thinky is what I like. All in all though I kinda look at this as "Cool Sorry".

Supporter7 months ago

Ha I like that - Cool Sorry. 

7 months ago

Wow what a cool move by them!

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