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Topic # 150526 25-Jul-2014 14:44
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So far it seems like a great game to invest in but I'm finding it hard to find here in NZ. I've only managed to find it online on Fishpond but I don't think I'm willing to wait so long for it (normally anything that needs to be shipped from the US takes about a month or two).
Has anyone come across it in any stores or online?

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  Reply # 1095660 25-Jul-2014 15:03
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You can [legally!] download a PDF of the original game and print it yourself. I've done this a couple of times, once for me and once for a gift. I took it to a local print shop and got it printed on good card stock. They also printed the back of the black cards plain black too after a bit of discussion. Then I stood for an hour using their guillotine to cut all the cards up. Was about $30 all up I think. Very funny game but oh so not suitable for parents or sensitive persons.

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  Reply # 1095726 25-Jul-2014 16:16
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Printing my own cards is looking like the more feasible option right now. Now to do some rigorous research about printing. Thanks!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1095728 25-Jul-2014 16:20
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This looks like fun :D Will be doing this for the next party...




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  Reply # 1095770 25-Jul-2014 17:31
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I ordered from Amazon via youshop a while ago it worked out pretty well. I need to get some expansion packs now i think it ened up costing about$50-60 NZD after shipping.



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  Reply # 1095785 25-Jul-2014 17:58
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Good to know there's a seller there that ships to NZ. I managed to find some sellers on trademe as well but will need to work out whom will be cheaper

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  Reply # 1095810 25-Jul-2014 18:57
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I've got the base pack + first and second expansions I'd let go for $50 shipped - all in good nick, minimal use.

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  Reply # 1095811 25-Jul-2014 19:04
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Tk421nz: I ordered from Amazon via youshop a while ago it worked out pretty well. I need to get some expansion packs now i think it ened up costing about$50-60 NZD after shipping.


I did this too - I wanted the actual cards though - you could print it out but I prefer the look. While I have played the US version I bought the UK one thinking it would be more inline with our humour.

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