What is the difference between print-n-play games and printed cards?

Jeff Montgomery -

Print-n-play games are ones you download as digital files and print at home. Printed (print-on-demand) cards are produced at a printer and shipped to you as a physical, finished product. The quality of the printing will be better than what you can produce at home. The card stock (the paper on which the cards are printed) will be better (and matches the card stock of many popular games already on the market), the printing ink quality is higher, and the cards receive a low gloss UV coating to protect them. They are the same as a regular card deck you would buy in a store; the only difference is that we print them custom for your order.

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