Summer Game Time!

Reblogged from: Moonlight Reader

 

THE NEW GAME BEGINS JUNE 1, 2019

and

GAME PLAY ENDS AUGUST 15, 2019

Announcing a new summertime game of Booklikes-opoly! The game is still in development, but the theme of the game is “summer vacation.” The rules will be similar to our last game of booklikes-opoly (all the way back in summer 2017), and the bank system will work the same way, although the categories will be different, and I will tweak some of the elements that didn’t work so great last time   I will be reblogging some of my old posts this morning, for everyone to peruse while OB & I work on the new game!   New theme! New book tasks!! New tweaks!   So, if we are going to start a new game on 6/1/19, then we have to call an end to Snakes & Ladders, which will go through 5/31/19.   Get ready…

 

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