Nunavik man creates Nunami, an on-the-land board game for Northerners

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Nunami, a new Inuit designed board game, was inspired by the Arctic environment and Inuit culture. With a passion for board games, Thomassie Mangiok wanted a game that resonated with northerners, so using a computer, 2D and 3D printers, some tape, a ...

Nunami, a new Inuit designed board game, was inspired by the Arctic environment and Inuit culture.

With a passion for board games, Thomassie Mangiok wanted a game that resonated with northerners, so using a computer, 2D and 3D printers, some tape, a ruler, a pencil and a box of crackers, the Inuk man who lives in Ivujivik in northern Quebec, designed prototypes for Nunami.

The game is inspired by the changing Arctic environment and Inuit culture, and Mangiok hopes to use the game to promote environmental conservation and cohabitation and collaboration and being together.

Magniuk is currently raising money for production of the game on Kickstarter. He said if he gets enough funding, he expects the game will be ready to ship by next year.

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