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New milestone in independent board game publishing

Press Release - For Immediate Release

A new milestone in independent board game publishing reached with the release of the 5th edition of BreakScore®.


New Zealand game creator and independent board game publisher, Matt Taylor, says "A new milestone has been reached in board game publishing with the release of the 5th edition of BreakScore®. It's unprecedented and a considerable achievement."

A new milestone has been reached with the release of the 5th edition of BreakScore®. Taylor says he is "pleased that BreakScore® has been successful in appealing to enthusiasts of board games, dice games and card games who appreciate that remarkable things can and do happen in the game."
The 5th edition of BreakScore® is loaded with more excitement and fun. Every BreakScore® set now contains three game versions to suit all age groups. Taylor says, "The resurgent interest in board games has encouraged me to expand on the originaltable-top board game and include Champ-Play, for the more competitive players, and Break-Away™ which is a fast race n' chase board game."

Taylor says "Visits to his web site has been grown dramatically in recent times. Order on-line are at record high." This increased activity Taylor attributes to 'word of mouth' and web site improvements which allow game resources to be readily accessed by enthusiasts. While first time visitors are encourage to take the free tour to find out more about the game.


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