The Adventure Zone board game is going to be harder to find than a PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X in Amazon this Christmas. Really. It’ll be impossible.
The design company behind the project, Twogether Studio released the game on the 27th of November, sending it game shops but not for Amazon. Why? To support small businesses after a gruelling 2020.
If you want a copy of the hugely anticipated game, then you’ll have to buy it from a local retailer. Twogether have published this Google Map of where you might be able to find it.
The map is helpful but looks sparse outside of the United States. In Europe, only Fanboy 3 gets mentioned. Geek Native has been unable to find the game on Board-Game.co.uk, BoardGameGuru or even Europe’s largest retailer Wayland Games.
However, supporting small businesses as best they can is an admirable action for any studio and here in Europe we’re all too used to American shops getting the goodies first. We can cope with this one also.
Fans can, of course, buy the game directly from the site which ships not only to the EU and UK but to New Zealand and Australia too.
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