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Greenville 1989 Board Game Review - Hachette Games

    This review is based on the final retail version of the game provided to us by games distributor Hachette Games. We were not paid for this review. We give a general overview of the gameplay and so not all of the mechanical aspects of the game may be mentioned. So after the rules laden buffet of the previous games I've written about recently that were digested with gusto and on one occasion resulted in a silent but deadly passing of wind. We take a trip into one of those games in which you're given the framework and boundaries in which you play, and it's up to you to craft your own experience. You can look on Greenville 1989 as a game that falls into the same kind of genre as Mysterium or Dixit which is about interpretation of imagery, but with artwork that would sit nicely on the cover of a 80's Horror VHS cassette box. This is unsettling horror with things that are strange without the obvious IP borrowing.  Greenville is a base salad, with leaves intending to inspi

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