Geeky and Paddy Samurai - Thanks a million for yet another usefull tips. Will have to reward you and other people active in this thread with some free loyalty points now, just to keep you going
Jokes aside - I appreciate your comments and ideas and while I'm still on the fence about taking a plunge and move ahead with that project - I will sure remember about your contribution when the time comes.
Another thing. There is a range of language independent games like Carcassone, Stone Age, Jaipur, Power Grid - to name just a few - which apart from manual cotains no text at all. Manuals are available online and free to download, so I was wondering - would gamers be interested in buying foreign version of such games if that would mean lower price. For instance you could buy in my store "Power grid" for 36€ - but right next to it you would see exactly the same game printed in german - "Funkenschlag" for 28€ - and information: "Game is language independent. Contains no english manual. Manual can be downloaded at -....."-and here goes link.
Of course it won't be possible with all titles but could apply to some as a cheaper alternative.
What do you think about that?