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Matthias Habelitz
Germany
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10
Feb 2014
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Ross Sprietsma
United States
Downers Grove
Illinois
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9
Jun 2013
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Petrosilius Zwackelmann
Germany
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9
Aug 2011
Underrated. Strong. Best with 2p.
2013-08-21
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Marcin Szrama
Poland
Nowa Sól / Zielona Góra
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8
Aug 2008*
recenzję znajdziesz na Spiellust.net
(PL) http://spiellust.blogspot.com/2008/08/arktia.html
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Ken Shogren
United States
Rochester
Michigan
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8
Sep 2010
This is an excellent multi-player abstract game. The changing board dimensions and the tightening placement of pieces creates excellent tension. If you like abstracts, this is an excellent choice. Under appreciated game in my opinion.
2010-09-26
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Stephen Tavener
United Kingdom
London
England
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Mar 2010
2 player, it's a nice abstract. Not sure how it will play with more.
2010-03-25
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Stephan Koehr
Germany
Frankfurt
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7.5
Jul 2009*
Tentative rating after two 2-player-games, may well go up.

Initially I was sceptical about this one, having played Organisms and then Zertz and Dvonn a lot of times and doubting that there would be another original design about isolation and a shrinking board. But it's interesting and likeable in its own right. Need more plays!
2009-07-14
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Marek Komorowski
Poland
Piotrkow Tryb.
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7.5
Oct 2011
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Ludovic GIMET
France
SAINT JUST D'AVRAY
France
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Jul 2009*
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Kevin O'Hare
United States
San Carlos
California
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Nov 2008*
Looks like a kids game, plays like an adult game.
2008-11-10*
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Kay Wilke
Germany
Hamburg
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Jun 2011
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Everett Warren
United States
Marietta
Pennsylvania
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Feb 2015
Seems cool, didn't quite completely grasp the best strategies on the first play.
2015-02-21
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Detlef Dölling
Germany
Nordrhein-Westfalen
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7
Jun 2011
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Kamille
Germany
Berlin
F/hain
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Apr 2014
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Thomas Reh
Germany
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6.5
May 2008*
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Kerstin Jakob
Germany
Köln
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6.5
May 2008*
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Michael Van Biesbrouck
United States
Mountain View
California
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6.5
Aug 2009*
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Gerard van Tilborg
Netherlands
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6.5
Jul 2014
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Latvia
Riga
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Jan 2013
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Antonio RM
Germany
Berlin
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Sep 2012
Arktia is an indeed glacial but cunning mixture of stacking, attacking, keeping all pieces together and knowing when to trigger the shrinking of the board, for 2-4 players. Interesting as it is, though, the game is remarkably difficult to grasp: the rules for moving and stacking are very restrictive, and they feel even more so when the tiles that build the board start do disappear. The initial setup of the pieces must be done with extreme care.
2012-05-27
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Hisashi Ishikawa
Japan
Chofu-shi
Tokyo
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Jan 2010*
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Steve+Jackie McKeogh
United Kingdom
Okehampton
Devon
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Erwin Broens
Netherlands
Leusden
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Mo Verdigast
United States
Bellevue
Washington
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Stefan Kögl (Rumis); NO INFORMATION ON BGG! But Boards & Bits says: On the distant ice moon Arktia a research station is built. Players try to build or move their residential or research modules, called 'Muglus' (small towers of rings, discs and stones), to control a maximum of tiles. But beware; muglus, which are cut off from their main settlement, are lost, and ground tiles can "melt" and disappear due to global warming.
2008-06-19*
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Dominik Scholz
Germany
Lichtenfels
Bavaria
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