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Zasdert Ultun
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Language Wed, 10 September 2008 02:41
Why aren't the rules available in English? Will this game ever come out in the US?
      
ColtsFan76
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Re:Language Wed, 10 September 2008 03:17
Zasdert Ultun wrote on Tue, 09 September 2008 19:41

Why aren't the rules available in English? Will this game ever come out in the US?

The game is already available in the US. It is called "Wits & Wagers" and is published by Northstar Games.

http://www.northstargames.com/games/wits_and_wagers/

It's a mighty fine game. You can download the 1st and 2nd edition rules there.
      
eric
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Re:Language Wed, 10 September 2008 04:18
The English rules (which differ from 1st and 2nd edition rules of Wits & Wagers) will be posted when we release the British Commonwealth edition. However our licensing is limited to countries outside of North America, so the game will not be available for sale in the US.
      
caradoc
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Re:Language Sun, 14 September 2008 10:15
Do DoW have a deal to be able to distribute to Australia?

If so, what units of measurement will be used (imperial or metric? - I ask as this is the stumbling block with the edition of W&W that I own already).

Good stuff DoW!! You guys do a great job!

Cheers,

Giles.
      
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Re:Language Sun, 14 September 2008 18:46
Yes, we will be distributing this game in Australia. As for the measurement units, it might be a mix of Imperial and Metric units, as is still the current practice in many Commonwealth countries still (ie we'll keep it a pint of beer, but a stock price might be in the decimal system).
      
    
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