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UK Games Expo 2022: Friday Live Blog

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Prometheus Game Labs Shows Off Micro Dojo That Fits In An Envelope - Comment To Win!

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Just made his way over to Prometheus Game Labs to check out a tiny title which sits inside an envelope with Micro Dojo. Plus the new expansions making way to the title.

If you are attending this week – be sure to challenge those behind the stall; as you can get the game for free if you win!

However, if you are not at the event, we have been provided three copies for those who are keen on playing at home. Be sure to comment below for your chance to win.

Think you have what it takes to handle the Micro Dojo?

 

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lawnor
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Those meeples are hardly micro. I hope they’re full of biccies or chocolate

dkenty
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Always love tiny games that I bring with my bigger games without my bag weighting a ton.

dreadlorddon
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I am really excited by the continued exploration of games with a smaller footprint and component count. Buttonshy does this excellently with their card games but seeing folks bring up a similar spirit with tokens and boards is great!

huscarle
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Just one more game Mr Fishfinger

benkku
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Looks very interesting

zorg
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Fighting robots yes yes and yes love the big meeples.

orlandothetechnicoloured
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It’s so wee (small)

darkdanegan
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If in doubt, deluxify!

tankkommander
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Man who catch fly with chopstick, accomplish anything.

gorram
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Well these games sound bloody delightful!

rgreenparadox
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I love tiny games, take on a backpacking trip or camping. these both look like perfect games for it.

psyntologist
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I love that more designers are putting out these small set games. Micro Dojo would be a perfect addition to the travel bag.

mischief
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This is so cute!

astralwraith
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Definitely small but powerful

redvers
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Tiny games are good. You can fit more on the bookshelf!

bobethg
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Loving the tiny footprint of the game. And who doesn’t love robots with lasers.

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