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Robinson Crusoe Board Game 2nd Edition on Amazon for $48.14

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Robinson Crusoe 2nd edition Board Game

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01HDYFCJO

Lowest it's ever been and cheaper than CoolStuffInc for me because no tax, and prime shipping.

Very fun and challenging co-op board game for 1-4 players. Bursting with theme, I highly recommend this to any experienced board game group.
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If it was sold from Amazon I would be in for it, I think though it's been on sale elsewhere for less

my problem is it's about 50% chance of getting a damaged board game when it's fulfilled by Amazon. at least with amazon they ship a new one
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If it was sold from Amazon I would be in for it, I think though it's been on sale elsewhere for less

my problem is it's about 50% chance of getting a damaged board game when it's fulfilled by Amazon. at least with amazon they ship a new one
According to camel^3 it's the cheapest it's ever been sold by Amazon or 3rd party, and I don't think camel even accounts for shipping cost from 3rd party.

Plus its fulfilled by Amazon, so return shipping will be covered under any scenario if desired.


I do agree, Amazon shipping has a bad case of bent-corner syndrome​ when it comes to boardgames. I really don't understand why they don't package them better... I don't think they understand how obsessive hobbiest boardgame collectors can be. That's always my biggest hesitation when ordering too. But my laziness > my obsessiveness.
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If it was sold from Amazon I would be in for it, I think though it's been on sale elsewhere for less

my problem is it's about 50% chance of getting a damaged board game when it's fulfilled by Amazon. at least with amazon they ship a new one
I've had many experiences like that.
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According to camel^3 it's the cheapest it's ever been sold by Amazon or 3rd party, and I don't think camel even accounts for shipping cost from 3rd party.

Plus its fulfilled by Amazon, so return shipping will be covered under any scenario if desired.


I do agree, Amazon shipping has a bad case of bent-corner syndrome​ when it comes to boardgames. I really don't understand why they don't package them better... I don't think they understand how obsessive hobbiest boardgame collectors can be. That's always my biggest hesitation when ordering too. But my laziness > my obsessiveness.
Agreed! The last sentence 😂
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Robinson Crusoe is an incredibly elaborate game without being a total dice-chucking random fest. It's so elaborate and kludgy and unwieldy that it's a pain, but it's so daring and bold that you HAVE to play it if you like high end thematic coop games. Don't even try to skip it if you like this sort of thing. Even if you hate it, you will respect it.

I'm still certain that cannibal island scenario is fundamentally broken though.
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