Cardboard & Sun, now its in 4th year, has sold out yet again!
With an exciting group of people from 11 different countries, this promises to be another amazing boardgaming experience!
If you would like to be informed about any spots that might open up, please contact us to get on the wait list.
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Yours in Nutella,
Well, it happened again!
Just like Cardboard & Sun 2014, the 2015 edition of the trip is sold out!
it has actually been sold out for nearly two months now, but we have been trying to secure additional spots for some potential participants.
If you would like to enquire about any spots that open up, however unlikely that is, please contact us to get on the wait list.
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All the best!
That’s right, we are full!
At this point, we will not be accepting any further bookings, and we will focus on making the event one to remember.
However, we will be accepting enquiries for the waiting list, which we will process if additional space is made available.
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See you in Paros!
Well, not exactly. Although the sun can be quite hot, this year in Paros we expect sun or suns of a different nature.
We are very happy to announce that Emil Larsen, the designer of Burning Suns, which has had a long and interesting design story before its eventual triumphal funding on Kickstarter, will be the guest designer for Cardboard & Sun 2014.
Emil is a liutenant in the armed forces of Denmark, a game designer and an aspiring publisher, who has captured the imaginations of many boardgamers with his take on the space 4X game.
Besides bringing some new potential game content with him to Paros, we hope that Emil will be able to lend his creative drive to us in order to give event participants even more interesting & fun things to play with. Stay tuned, and subscribe to our newsletter for more details.
See you in Paros!
We are very happy that due to the success of our first event, we’ve been able to attract the attention of many companies that would like to partner with BoardGameTravel.com in making yet another Cardboard & Sun a success and a great experience for everyone that comes to Paros this summer.
So, please join us in welcoming these wonderful companies to this summer’s event, and we will make sure you hear more about what they have been able to offer to the participants of Cardboard & Sun 2014.
For more, please click the image to the left, or click on through to the sponsor page:
Cardboard & Sun 2014 Sponsors
Come and say hello at our booth in Spiel: 1-A100. That’s in Hall 1, just beyond the doors connecting halls 1 and 3.
Well, it’s all a matter of time…
… time we unfortunately do not have. Due to the success of the games of our sister company LudiCreations, we do not have the time properly organize, promote and run the Cardboard & Snow 2014 event. Therefore, we have decided not to pursue it and do a sloppy job of it.
So, watch this space for news on the next Cardboard & Sun in August 2014, and hopefully first Cardboard & Snow in January 2015.
The rules for Thermopyles have now been posted. Click here for to the rules, the game’s page on BGG, and a link to Board Game Arena, where you can play it online!
Richard recently left his stressful job, but has he stopped to smell the roses? No! Instead, he has been smelling a lot of cardboard, keeping busy with making awesome board game review videos.
Cursed with a hand shakier than Reiner Knizia’s grasp on theme, he has started a Kickstarter campaign to help him get some games and perhaps
some valium a new camera.
His campaign has already blasted through its initial goal, and so we thought he might want to catch a flight and come to Cardboard & Sun 2013, to film the event, interview Touko and our hosts, and do some reviews of the rare games we will have access to, games like Antiquity, Spellbound and Loopin’ Louie.
So head over there and drop him a penny or two! We did.