Okay hive mind, quick question : Is there any euro type game in which the order of play is random in each round? Think Aeon's End type of random player order... 🤔

Heading to NYC for the weekend. I'm not sure I'll have the chance or the time to go game-shopping, but if I happened to be able to, what are some great places to go? I'll be in Manhattan and Brooklyn mostly.

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If I had $30 to put on a game (which I don’t have), I’d put it on Fit to Print by @flatoutgames! It looks amazing! 🤩
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Hello everyone! I am Jonathan and I've been passionate about board games for 10 years now. I write quick reviews, in French, on a Facebook page called "À Quoi On Joue?" (French for "What Do We Play?"). I also rune the IG account @theboardgameexperience
I worked for two years as a project manager for Randolph. Here is the very first game featuring my name in it, already released here in Quebec and releasing at GenCon 2023 in English, through Hachette Games.
Nice to meet you all! :)

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