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Vinyl | Review and How to Play

Jeff tackles Talon Strikes' set collecting game

Vinyl (Talon Strikes Studios)Title: Vinyl

Publisher: Talon Strikes Studios

Designer: Eric Alvarado

Artist: Jason Washburn

Number of Players:  One to five players

Ages: 10+

Playtime: Around 60 to 75 minutes

Year: 2019

Genre: Hand management and set collecting game

MSRP: $49.99

I dive in to share a bit of a how to play and review the record collecting board game Vinyl from Talon Strikes Studios. Did I fall to pieces over great gameplay? Or do I recommend you make like a rolling stone and pass this game right by? You’ll find out!

2:50 Exploring the game play of Vinyl
29:55 Final thoughts and review score

0 VISITORS' SCORE (0 votes)
Vinyl is an entertaining hand management and set collecting game. As someone who grew up with albums and hung out in record stores I really dig the aesthetics and the theme of the game. The component quality is nicely done, although the game board can is pretty busy and it's easy to get lost looking at it. I personally had a lot of fun with Vinyl, and so did the gang, but I can see the game having less appeal to those who don't care for set collecting games or couldn't care less about the theme.
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Jeff McAleer

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