Santorini Board Game $29.50 + Delivery (Free with Prime & $49 Spend) @ Amazon US via Amazon AU

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This is the 2nd edition of the board game
no clue as to what the difference between the two editions are
still a decent price, if you have prime, plus another game to tip it over $49 for free delivery

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  • +2 votes

    My favourite board game! Great for 2/4 players. Great price too. Only problem is you need to get to $50 for free shipping

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      @jakem
      any idea as to the difference between this edition and the one that doesn't say 2nd edition

      this one says Roxley/ Spinmaster and weighs 907 gm
      the other one is Spinmaster and weighs 998gm

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    The ‘sea’ piece of cardboard is the difference I think.

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    I have been on a kick "crafting" modern games and this is itching to be next. I managed to "craft" a fairly nice Onitama for about ten bucks. Also made custom Love Letter and Coup decks. The kids are loving it over the holidays!

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      pictures to share?
      what did love letter cost you to make?

      • +2 votes

        I used the Winnie the Pooh retheme off bbg and a picture off google images for a card back. I printed the cards at work (free) sprayed them with some clearcoat I already had ($4) since I have needed to buy more. Spray adhesive and a pouch of cardstock ($4 and $2.50) gives me enough supplies to make all 3 sets of card (Love Letter, Coup and Onitama - 50ish cards).
        I also made a set by sleeving the prints with backing cards. Check out Diningtable Print and Play on YouTube, I used his card method.

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      Pics. All artwork used without permission. The Onitama cards were cropped from a photo… ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

      https://ibb.co/2yZw4xF
      https://ibb.co/HhxSnzK
      https://ibb.co/prhCV8G

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        Nice
        How many hours did it take for Onitama

        Given that you have to make pawns, it would be more work than coup/ loveletters

        Where do you get cardsleeves from?

        Thanks

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          Onitama, maybe 2 hours to lay-up the cards and board then an hour to actually make the cards. The cubes soaked overnight in some dried out childrens paint I scraped out of an old craft set and crushed into some water.
          Our first test play was played with red and green dice, "1's" for the students, "5's" for the sensais. If you go the dice route also check out Cubeo on boardgamegeek
          If I was starting again, I would probably rough out the first 16 cards on a printout of the Onitama Brainstorming Template, maybe as tiles, the playing card-sized cards are bigger than they need to be.

          The card sleeves were six bucks from EB Games, I bought them on a whim with a giftcard… Next time I will order them from eBay for $6.50 for a hundred.

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    Is there anyone from Adelaide who'd also like to get a copy?

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    Spin masters did the reprint for the 2nd edition. As mentioned no bit if sea cardboard I think.

    And from reviews the original roxley has better printed components, this spin masters has the better miniatures.

    https://boardgamegeek.com/thread/1823799/spotted-target-toda...

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    Spin masters did the reprint for the 2nd edition. As mentioned no bit if sea cardboard I think.

    thank you kulprit for the link

    from the link I gather
    there was the Roxley kickstarter edition
    then came the Roxley retail edition
    and the Spinmaster 2nd edition

    my confusion is because

    the "Standard" edition on Amazon is by Spinmaster
    https://www.amazon.com.au/Spin-Master-Games-6039848-Santorin...

    the Second edition on amazon is by Roxley (although it has both roxley/ spinmaster on the box)

    And this is the exact opposite of what the boardgamegeek link says

    the second edition seems to be lighter in weight
    neither edition seems to have the sea cardboard from the pictures

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