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Board Games And Comics Teach Polish Kids What Life Under Communism Was Like
"Shopping in communist Poland was a dreary gantlet of shortages, rationing lines and - if you managed to buy something - Soviet-Bloc dreck. So Karol Madaj has turned it all into a board game called Queue. The challenge: Buy everything on your shopping list. Players wait outside empty government stores, fend off line-jumpers and haggle with black marketeers." The Wall Street Journal 05/02/13
Posted May 3, 2013 12:34 AM

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