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Digital Subscriptions > Tabletop Gaming > October 2019 (#35) > Microgame of the Month

Microgame of the Month

PENNYPINCH

It’s Victorian London, and there’s a mystery to solve.

CREATING A CHA RACTER

You are a Criminal, Detective or Occultist. Choose. You also have thirteen pennies to pinch: share them between your Budgets.

Grub: Helps you do anything that tires you out and makes you hungry.

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