Cap.121 Entintadores (La tinta en el comic) 20-11-17

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LA BASE SECRETA

Nosotros te recomendariamos empezar con juegos sencillos y rápidos. Si disfrutan esos juegos puedes ir metiendo poco a poco juegos más complejos.

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Jesús Valagua

Hola buenas,me gustaria pedir opinion pues se me plantea un reto, y es que me gustaria enganchar a esto de los juegos a mis amigos no jugones treintañeros. Creo que lo mas que han jugado es Catan. Ya de paso aprobecharia para comprar algun juego nuevo. ¿Que juegos me recomendais?. Party games no valen. Muchas gracias. Paz.

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