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Taco Party: The Tabletop Game That Eats Its Shells

8 monthes ago   |   By Game Skinny

Have you ever wanted to build a sentient taco and then eat it one ingredient at a time? Sounds cruel, doesn't it? But you won't feel cruel as you're playing WildBird Games' Taco Party and competing to be the first to build and eat your taco.
It sounds like an odd premise for a tabletop card game, and I'll admit that when game designer Matt Bromley told me about his new game, I was skeptical. But after my first playthrough with a few friends, I was sold. Taco Party is a fun game that will appeal to both veteran tabletoppers and casual board gamers alike.
But what makes Taco Party actually...
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