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When our schedules all align, we like to have dinner as a family. It’s an important part of how we make sure our lines of communication are open with our girls. The other way, of course, is to play games. But every once in a while, we like to play games that cannot be completed in one sitting so we have to leave it set up on the table. Maybe you aren’t picturing it, but those two things don’t mesh. We can’t have dinner at the table as a family if there’s a board game in the way. It doesn’t happen very often, but when it comes to games like Folklore: The Affliction from Greenbrier Games, we figure out how to make it work. (Hint: Having an extra place to play games sure helps.)

Folklore: The Affliction is a board game that combines a Role Playing Game (RPG) with a miniatures game. As you will see from our Folklore: The Affliction game overview, it offers a lot of opportunity for game play (and family bonding) in one box. It also happens to be today’s Mega Giveaway prize! Enter to win a copy and remember to come back every day for additional entry options then thank the sponsor for their generosity in providing this prize.

Mega Giveaway 2018 – Folklore: The Affliction Game

34 thoughts on “Folklore: The Affliction Game Giveaway

  1. i love board games and books. To pick just one is very difficult. When I was a child, one of my favorite books was
    Sylvester and the Magic Pebble. I used to get it from the town library and to this day, I have fond memories of it. 🙂

  2. I haven’t read any choose your own adventure books for a very long time. I mostly do audio books while driving and they do not work well as an audio book. But with the recommendations above I might have to find some time to see what they are like these days.

  3. I had an superman choose your own adventure book when I was a child, I spent a good amount of time going through the pages and finding out the different options. I always thought that was sort of like seeing alternate futures based on the outcomes of your choices.

  4. I used to love all the Choose Your Own Adventure books as a child. I don’t know that I had a favourite though. I also enjoyed Neil Patrick Harris’s Choose Your Own Autobiography. Very clever!

  5. Folklore: The Affliction looks great. I own it, but haven’t played yet. If I win, I’ll give this to my brother in law, thank you.

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