Holiday Giveaways 2021 – Cartographers Heroes by Thunderworks Games

Holiday Giveaways 2021 – Cartographers Heroes by Thunderworks Games

There are some words you don’t hear used very often any more. One of the joys of playing games is that you are reintroduced to concepts, history and people who we may not have remembered. Cartographers is one of those topics and the game by that name was well received in the gaming community. Cartographer Heroes is the latest release in the series and it’s included in the guide to party games we published this morning. This compact game can accommodate large (or small) groups so it’s a great game to have on hand. Grab a copy in advance of the holidays and take it to family and work gatherings with you! We’re also pleased that Thunderworks Games has offered an extra copy for one of our readers. Use the form below to enter the giveaway! Return here daily for additional entries and to check out what other giveaways we’re running as part of the holiday promotion!

Holiday Giveaway 2021 – Cartographers Heroes Game

Nicole

About Nicole

Founder and owner of SAHMReviews.com, Nicole has been involved in social media marketing since 2007. She has partnered with a number of major corporations who utilized her skills to improve their social media outreach and online presence. Nicole has worked as an ambassador for brands such as Netflix, U.S. Cellular and K'NEX, has been featured in McDonald's videos as well as Maria Bailey's book "Power Moms". Always a SAHM (stay-at-home-mom) and mother of two beautiful teen daughters, if you can't find Nicole, she is probably somewhere playing board games.

25 comments on «Holiday Giveaways 2021 – Cartographers Heroes by Thunderworks Games»

  1. Michael Shea says:

    We run conventions so lots of people.

  2. Pavlos says:

    I hope i’d gather 4-5

  3. StrPap says:

    Propably around 4

  4. Kristin Troska says:

    Hues and Cues looks great. Would it work with partially color blind player? He struggles with blue, green, purple, grey, and lime colors.

    1. Scott says:

      He should be just fine. The game isn’t about identifying colors of objects, it is about matching up color perceptions. Even those of us with “perfect” color vision see color differently. You’ll be surprised how well he does as people with color deficiencies seem to be MORE sensitive to minor color variations!

  5. Kristin Troska says:

    We have several gaming groups. Ranging from 5-8 people.

  6. Penny Branson LeBaron says:

    I’d gather five or six

  7. Donna L says:

    Just my family, 3 people.

  8. Amanda McNeil says:

    4-5, depends on how many people are available. I play board games with a group weekly.

  9. Tony Platz says:

    Four of us .

  10. Pete Donegan says:

    I’ve been looking for a game that could be played by my D&D group. Not many games can go up to 9 players

  11. Levi Byers says:

    Whoever I could! Maybe 3 or 4 people realistically. I hear it plays well solo though. 🙂

  12. Hans W says:

    I think 4 to 7 people

  13. Eradam says:

    4 or 5, it would be a nice X-mas party 🙂

  14. Benjamin K. says:

    I’d have groups of 1-10 people most likely (I’ve played the base game of Cartographers solo many, many times).

  15. Prisciano Paolo III Yabao says:

    I would play it with my regular game group of about 3-4 gamers.

  16. Thanay Binford says:

    5-6 people

  17. Mary C says:

    About 4 or 5

  18. Ryan Lick says:

    4, with the family on this one.

  19. Kelly VanAuken says:

    I would play with 4.

  20. Piroska says:

    I’d play with 4 or 5 people.

  21. Darren Green says:

    I would take it to my church game night and get at least 4 people there to play this one but we usually have a large group and more of them might be interested in playing too.

  22. Jessica Peeling says:

    I’d get my regular group of 5!

  23. McKnight says:

    4 of us here.

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