...I couldn't figure out why it bills itself as a “role-playing game.” ...During my first play of the game, however, it became abundantly clear why the RPG appellation makes sense—even an Austen-ignoramus such as myself couldn’t play the “Point out the faults of your rivals” card without actually doing so, and by the time the proposal stage rolls around I was very invested in netting my preferred husband.
Marrying Mr. Darcy made The Morning News 2014 Good Gift Games list, along with a lot of other great games! We are in fantastic company! Article written by Matthew Baldwin. Here's a quote:
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Nadia at Brutal Gamer was nice enough to interview me about Marrying Mr. Darcy. A lot of the interview focused on the process of designing the game and how it relates to Austen's Pride and Prejudice. Here's a sample:,
Svanoe took her deep rooted love towards Pride and Prejudice and developed Marrying Mr. Darcy: The Pride and Prejudice Board Game. This is the first official gaming project that she has done.
You can read the rest of the interview here!
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