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Yum Cha Card Game

A project in Brisbane, AU by Quokka Games
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It's a BAO time to eat some YUM CHA.
Backers: 281
Average Pledge Per Backer: $61 AUD

Funded: $17,185 AUD of $800 AUD
Dates: Jun 6th -> Jul 5th (30 days)
Project By: Quokka Games
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Latest News

Sushi Go!-style game Yum Cha will help teach players Mandarin

June 10th - via: dicebreaker.com
Collect adorable pieces of dim sum and drink tea in Yum Cha, an upcoming board game themed around Chinese brunch items. Designed to support two to six players, Yum Cha is a new board game with similarities to the beginner board game Sushi Go! - including featuring adorable anthromorphic food items and set collection mechanics. (Read More)

Thank you for touching our hearts (dim sum) with your support!

June 7th - via: kickstarter.com
Hi Quokka Fans, What a fantastic start to Yum Cha. We reached our goal within the first five hours and now we’re over 50 backers 24 hours into the campaign. This might seem small compared to other campaigns but we’re over the moon! Thank you so... (Read More)

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