Message from a friend

I just wanted to share this message I received from someone who had just received their Zhadu a couple of days ago. It’s the little things that truly matter.


  Thought you’d like to hear this: I was playing Zhadu with a friend at a local diner, and the couple next to us asked what it was we were playing. We described the game and told them a little about you, and left them with one of your business cards. I honestly don’t expect that it’ll lead to a sale or anything, but, it does speak to how elegant and beautiful the game both looks and feels. Congrats — Zhadu’s a very good game that I expect to enjoy for many years to come.


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  1. Picked up my copy of “Qyshinsu: Mystery of the Way” at the Post Office this morning. All I can say is- wow! When I consider that you pay the equivalent today for mass-produced games that are mostly cardboard stock and generic plastic counters, it reflects the extremely reasonable price for an original game that is beautifully crafted of wood that is just as effective as a furniture setting as an excellent and original game.
    > The quick shipping, easy communication, and personal touch of a kind note (from the designer himself!) in the rule book has cemented me as a loyal fan.

    Tom | Feb 20, 2009 | Reply

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