Holiday Giveaways 2023 – Furnace with Interbellum Expansion by Arcane Wonders

It’s been a few hot minutes since we told you about Furnace from Arcane Wonders. Since then, it’s picked up some awards along with an expansion to the game! We included Furnace with the Interbellum Expansion in our guide to gifts ideas for older kids and adults. If you’re not familiar with the original game, read our Furnace game overview to learn more. We’re big fans of the team at Arcane Wonders so if you have the opportunity to give them a shout-out on social media, please do. And, of course, enter the giveaway while you’re here!

Holiday Giveaway 2023 – Furnace Game with Interbellum Expansion

23 thoughts on “Holiday Giveaways 2023 – Furnace with Interbellum Expansion by Arcane Wonders

  1. I love that they released amended rules for two players! We predominantly play two players and appreciate it when game designers do this. 🙂

  2. Furnace is a game I have wanted to get to the table. Maybe this giveaway will give me the opportunity. Thanks for the chance to win!

  3. For an expansion. If it was a game that I loved and if it was a good looking expansion, I’d probably pay up to 75% of the original game’s price. I really like getting expansions for games I own.

  4. genereally speaking about half of the cost of the original game, but this really depends on the game and how much the expansion adds to gameplay

  5. It really depends. Smaller vs larger expansions, plus ‘necessary’ they are. If it only adds additional players, I wouldn’t but it no matter the price. For an awesome game like viticulture and the expansion takes it to the next level, I’m willing to pay the cost of the game, minus 10-15 percent. Totally subjective though.

  6. I personally only buy mini expansions or modules for my favorite games no more than $30. I find myself enjoying the base game of most games I play.

    1. I should read the question more carefully:
      Don’t usually buy expansions, but like small box expansions that just add more variety (usually another deck of cards to a game). These tend to be in the $10-15 range.

  7. It really depends, how much I liked the original game, how complex the expansion is (is it just a few more cards, it is adding extra levels or type of play). So I’d say $15-36

  8. It depends on what is in the expansion. New characters and scenarios for a base game? I’ve paid $50 for more Zombicide before…..

  9. It really depends! How big is the expansion? How often do I have time to play the game? Generally speaking though probably around $30.

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