It depends. Print-and-Play games fall into two groups:
- If the P&P is part of a current or upcoming crowdfunding project or independent release, and mailing a prototype is not an option due to time, scarcity of copies, or money, then yes, that is an option. However, with occasional exceptions we do not do print-and-play for deckbuilders or other games that require a super lot of cutting. We get little enough sleep as it is.
- If the P&P is for a game that is available on the web for download, you are welcome to inquire regarding it. Due to our workload though, we do not guarantee if and/or when we will be able to get to them.
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