Somewhere between books and boardgames

Hi All!

Despite books, I also love board games, brain teasers and puzzles.
So I have already finished first part and recently I’ve started second part of Journal 29 - interactive book game with some riddles to be solved. Anyone familiar with it? :slight_smile: Maybe you know anything similar that you could recommend?

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I’ve seen computer games built with Excel spreadsheets, an interactive movie on Netflix, but an interactive book game?!

How far are we from the actual real-life Jumanji? :laughing:

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2020 seems to be not so far :stuck_out_tongue_closed_eyes: :rofl:

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:rofl: :rofl: :pleading_face:

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WOW! This is super cool ! I’m going to try it out and see how far I get!

Thanks for sharing !!!

Also, have you played Takenoko before? @mike got it from Dragonus a few months ago and it was so much fun!

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I used to be into that stuff when I was younger but I kind of drifted from it… would be nice to get back into it though!

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@Beca, yes I did :blush: but only on computer version tho :woman_shrugging:

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Girl, there are so many fun board games for adults! My boyfriend introduced me to some and are SO MUCH fun! See if there is a local board game store that will let you rent out the games for the weekend. So far I’ve played Takenoko (My fave), Azul, Sagrada, Saboteur, 7 wonders duel (My 2nd fave), & Forbidden Island!

Any format I think is fun! Takenoko is one of my favorite games so far :star_struck: