Holiday Giveaways 2021 – Fantastic Factories Complete Set by Deep Water Games

Holiday Giveaways 2021 – Fantastic Factories Complete Set by Deep Water Games

The whistle has blown and it’s time to get to work at the factory! At least this one isn’t a 9-5 job, but rather a quick dice game from Deep Water Games. As we roll our last couple giveaways off the production line, we’re pleased to include a complete set of Fantastic Factories among them. Pretend the giveaway is a production line and the more you do, the better because more entries equals a better chance of winning! The boss is coming… gotta get to work!

Holiday Giveaway 2021 – Fantastic Factories Game Complete Set


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25 comments on «Holiday Giveaways 2021 – Fantastic Factories Complete Set by Deep Water Games»

  1. Heather Swanson says:

    I would like to visit Hershey’s .

  2. Seth Hale says:

    I don’t recall visiting many factories if any. I’d like to visit some distilleries if that works. Maybe Ardbeg in Scotland.

  3. Frankie Pinnix says:

    I’ve been lucky enough to tour several factories! I’ve toured Mercedes-Benz in Germany and in Alabama, Jack Daniel’s Distillery in Lynchburg, TN, Maker’s Mark in Kentucky, Lucid Automotive in Arizona-just to name a few.

  4. Melissa says:

    I have no toured any cool factories

  5. Melissa says:

    I have no toured any cool factories. I am not sure which ones I would like to tour.

  6. Donna L says:

    No tours for me but I would like to tour the Carvel factory. LOL

  7. Sue E says:

    I saw the Nabisco factory before they moved to Mexico for cheaper help, etc.

  8. Jordan Binkerd says:

    I toured the DeBrand’s chocolate factory. Tasty free samples!

  9. Darren Green says:

    I toured the chocolate factory in Hershey, PA when I was a kid!

  10. Wayne S says:

    I remember visiting a local chocolate factory as a field trip when I was a kid!

  11. Audrey says:

    Any sort of confectionery factory would be fun! Watching the machines pull and fold taffy is very satisfying.

  12. Lai says:

    A chocolate or gummy candy factory

  13. Brad R says:

    OMG I have this as a print and play that I need to cut and paste and have been playing it on tabletop simulator. This is a FANTASTIC game and would LOVE to get it into the collection. Awesome that it made your giveaway list!

  14. Theodoros G. says:

    I have never been to a factory worth mentioning. I’ve been to some vineyards…

  15. Alex Reynolds says:

    Touring Melba’s chocolate factory in Adelaide (Australia) was always a delight, and I loved exploring a couple of breweries in Brussels (Belgium) and Berlin (Germany)!

  16. Jessica Peeling says:

    I’ve just been to ones like Saranac that make soda and beer 🙂

  17. Levi Byers says:

    Interesting question… I’ve never considered visiting a specific factory! Maybe one where they make board games…? 😀

  18. Paul Johnston says:

    I’ve visited a biscuit factory when I was younger. The smell has stayed with me.

  19. Piroska says:

    I’ve never toured a factory. i’d love to visit Hershey’s.

  20. Kelly VanAuken says:

    I have toured a steel factory which was very interesting.

  21. Jason T says:

    This might keep my minions occupied for at least an hour! Worth it!

  22. Joe M. says:

    A brewery is a factory, right? Pilser Urquell brewery was great!

  23. David B says:

    A filled chocolate factory would be neat to visit.

  24. Ryan Lick says:

    Guinness beer factory

  25. drank says:

    Growing up, I remember watching Mr. Rodgers Neighborhood. My favorite segments were when he toured factories. Watching the machines assemble a product simply amazed me. Then I grew up and started watching How It’s Made with similar amazement. Most recently, I toured a brewery and loved watching the bottling line where the machines sterilized, filled, capped, and boxed up the bottles of beer. That was in Chicago at Lagunitas Brewery just prior to the pandemic.

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