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December 19, 2004
In a departure from the world of virtual instruments, GMEDIA Music has created Vintage Synth Trumps, a card game for vintage synth enthusiasts featuring 52 classic instruments.
Test your knowledge and settle those arguments once and for all. Simply deal all the cards and take turns by choosing a statistic from one of the cards in your hand. Whoever holds the highest-scoring instrument for that statistic collects all the cards for the round and play continues.
Or you can just peruse the deck and admire the range of classic instruments.
Available directly from GMEDIA Music, Vintage Synth Trumps costs £7.99 including shipping.
For more information, visit their web site at www.gmediamusic.com