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As board gamers, we seem to put a lot of stock in the Top 100 games as “voted” on by BoardGameGeek users and the arguments constantly thrown around by the pundits. We even discuss them quite often here on the … Continue reading
On Tuesday, I published a list of 7 great games that I think could use a facelift. Today is a sort of companion list: here, I’m mentioning 7 games that I think could use the luxury treatment. Basically, what are … Continue reading
I’m from a family of people who love nature. Since theme can draw non-gamers into games, I tend to buy a lot of games featuring animals. I know it isn’t the most popular theme, but it is one with broad … Continue reading
Worker placement games have a prominent place in the gaming hobby, but the mechanic is only about 15 years old. Caylus, designed by William Attia of France and released at Spiel 2005, is commonly referred to as the first “worker … Continue reading