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There's a new game on the block this Christmas, it's a rugby league game, it's called TRYTime, and like a fine wine, there is more to it than first meets the eye.
The gaming experience, and it is an experience, starts when you are handed the stylish box.
"It was important for us to create a game which exceeded the expectations of all our customers, we are constantly disappointed by the quality and ingenuity of modern toys and games, and we refuse to compromise on quality." says Richard Woodward, the games chief designer.
The next thing which strikes you is that the game is heavy, but then with the solid plastic box, game board, player holders, ball, ball slider, dice, 8 unique game pieces, money, 600+ cards - you get the gist, you can see why.
Absolutely everything about TRYTime oozes class, from the game components right through to the game play. It is highly unusual for a game to work as well with 2 players as it does with more, yet TRYTime does just this.
"It is true that we are very excited about how the game looks, but it really is the games sharp play and cohesion we are most proud of. We set out with the goal of creating a unique and enthralling game dedicated to the sport we love, but it turned out to be so much more than that. We see TRYTime now more as one of those once in a lifetime products, the ones which get people really excited, the gaming equivalent of the iPod."
So what does the future look like for TRYTime?
"TRYTime - Rugby League is a one off, we won't be producing any more in 2006 or beyond. We will continue to produce updated player packs and team charts, but we will be turning our attention to other sports in the New Year, with an Australian Rugby League version with NRL players included, American Football, Rugby Union and a special World Cup football version of the game all on the agenda for release in 2006 or 2007. We launched first with GB Rugby League as it's the game we are most passionate about."
And you can certainly tell that.
TRYTime is a fantasy board game based on the English Super League. It is available through League Unlimited and as a special offer to our readers, each order will recieve a FREE League Unlimited mousemat.
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