A Distant Plain Sold Out!

Punters looking to acquire a copy of A Distant Plain can no longer go to the source… the game is now “Out of Stock” at the GMT Games website.
I don’t know what the production run was, but for a hefty wargame like this to sell out after only six months on the market is notable.
You can still buy copies of Andean Abyss and Cuba Libre, the two other games in the series.
Fire in the Lake, the Vietnam iteration of the system, should be released in the summer of 2014 and has about 1,500 pre-orders already.

[ETA, 31 March]
A Distant Plain will be reprinted! GMT has just put up the pre-order page for second printing: http://www.gmtgames.com/p-481-a-distant-plain-2nd-printing.aspx

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5 Responses to A Distant Plain Sold Out!

  1. Dave Tschanz says:

    Great news!

    • brtrain says:

      Well, it’s better han having unsold stock lying around, but that also means no more royalties for me! Sometimes GMT puts games up for reprint, and if another 500 sign up for it they’ll do it. Probably not, though.

  2. Michael says:

    Glad I bought my copy when I did. It showed up in my favourite hobby store in Kitchener-Waterloo recently and I snagged it. Now I need to break the shrink wrap and have a look inside.

    • brtrain says:

      No, wait, isn’t a shrinkwrapped copy worth MORE now that they aren’t making any more?
      You should have bought two, one to play and one for investment purposes!

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