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Title Version User
Rating
Geek Rating Status User
Plays
Comment
Age of Steam (2002)
ImageID 126872
6
Dec 2012
7.504
Plays: 3
I like it better than Railroad Tycoon. It's cleaner, easier to setup, and takes half the space. The rules are terrible, but we figured out what they meant to say.
2007-12-20*
Alhambra (2003)
ImageID 105163
6
Dec 2012
6.970
Owned
Plays: 41
Excellent with 2. Haven't played much with more. It's a bit like an area influence game with no board.
2007-12-20*
Antiquity (2004)
ImageID 91238
6
Aug 2012
7.252
Plays: 1
Arkadia (2006)
ImageID 157835
6
Dec 2012
6.737
Owned
Plays: 6
6
Jun 2015
5.991
Owned
Plays: 4
Design is okay. Rules are disorganized and sloppy.
2015-05-28
Basari (1998)
ImageID 132141
6
Dec 2012
6.372
Plays: 4
Liked it much better after my second play.
2007-12-20*
Battle Line (2000)
6
Dec 2012
7.288
Plays: 6
Blokus (2000)
ImageID 42688
6
Nov 2008*
6.897
Plays: 2
ImageID 129890
6
Dec 2012
6.537
Plays: 2
All plays online.
2007-12-20*
Can't Stop (1980)
ImageID 58123
6
Dec 2007*
6.730
Plays: 11
Carcassonne (2000)
ImageID 81969
6
Dec 2012
7.347
Owned
Plays: 92
A must play for everyone, even non-gamers. Simple tile laying with some connectivity and spatial relations. I recommend using the new farmer scoring (3 points per city for the owner of each farm).
2007-04-16*
ImageID 144177
6
Dec 2012
7.463
Owned
Plays: 1
The 2nd best expansion for the original. The inn tiles make roads more interesting. The cathedral tiles are pretty much useless. The best part is the large meeple, allowing you to compete in new ways.
2007-12-20*
ImageID 76184
6
Dec 2012
6.884
Owned
Plays: 14
Fantastic 2-player version of Carcassonne. I find the interaction is less direct than with the original or H&G. The wall tiles make the game a bit more random. The fact that you only need to match up road edges (as in The City) gives more choices for tile placement.
2007-12-20*
ImageID 54983
6
Dec 2012
6.916
Owned
Plays: 10
The best of the Carcassonne family. So much going on. Tile placement, wall placement, and guard placement. All are somewhat opposing forces, making you have to keep your eyes on everything the whole time.

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2007-12-20*
ImageID 135820
6
Dec 2012
7.424
Owned
Plays: 5
A must have if you like the original. It adds extra elements that pull you in different directions. Do you help your opponent finish his city/road in order to gain the resources?
2007-12-20*
Cartagena (2000)
ImageID 105379
6
Jan 2010
6.572
Owned
Plays: 24
Great filler. Fun with 2-5.
2005-09-08*
Chess (1475)
ImageID 33028
6
Feb 2008*
6.947
Owned
Plays: 6
Too quirky to be a top game. The best abstract 100% information game is Go.
2008-02-22*
Chinatown (1999)
6
Jan 2010*
6.973
Plays: 1
La Città (2000)
ImageID 15224
6
Dec 2012
6.900
Owned
Plays: 8
It feels like a 9 game, but the fact that you can do "too well" and lose just feels a little wrong. So it loses a point.
2008-01-10*
Container (2007)
6
Dec 2012
6.808
Plays: 3
Cribbage (1630)
6
Jun 2008*
6.789
Owned
Plays: 5
Diplomacy (1959)
ImageID 11666
6
Dec 2012
6.901
Owned
Was very fun the few times I managed to get 7 people together who were willing to play. Don't play with close friends.
2007-07-08*
Domaine (2003)
ImageID 46178
6
Dec 2012
6.792
Owned
Plays: 11
Rating could go up or down depending on how stagnant play becomes. Does the initial setup and randomness of the cards allow for a nice variety, or does the game become repetetive? [04/06] Starting to feel like tug-of-war. Down a half point.

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2008-05-23*
Eclipse (2011)
6
Aug 2015
7.934
Plays: 3
ImageID 100532
6
Dec 2012
6.417
Owned
Plays: 5
Funny Friends (2005)
6
Mar 2010
6.234
Plays: 2
ImageID 128999
6
Dec 2012
7.055
Owned
Plays: 13
Gheos (2006)
ImageID 139672
6
Dec 2012
6.236
Owned
Plays: 4
Grand Cru (2010)
6
Dec 2012
6.297
Plays: 2
ImageID 160161
6
Mar 2010
6.038
Plays: 1
Haggis (2010)
6
Dec 2012
6.777
Plays: 4
ImageID 180721
6
Nov 2010
7.461
Plays: 1
Hansa (2004)
ImageID 45647
6
Dec 2012
6.728
Owned
Plays: 22
Light abstract.

SEE MY REVIEW
2008-05-23*
6
Dec 2012
6.730
Owned
Plays: 1
ImageID 144026
6
Dec 2007*
6.746
Plays: 3
6
Dec 2012
6.763
Owned
Plays: 2
6
Dec 2012
6.914
Owned
Plays: 3
Imperial (2006)
ImageID 156493
6
Nov 2010
7.436
Plays: 2
Want to try again on BSW.
2007-07-08*
Ingenious (2004)
ImageID 80600
6
Feb 2011
7.106
Owned
Plays: 49
Kahuna (1998)
ImageID 111691
6
Dec 2012
6.503
Owned
Plays: 5
Kind of an area influence game. You want the majority of bridges to an island in order to place a stone of your own upon it. However, bridges connect 2 islands, so they count for majority in 2 places. If an opponent "captures" an island, you lose all your bridges to that island. This can have a ripple effect. Nice little 2 player abstract.
2008-02-15*
Keythedral (2002)
ImageID 57627
6
Dec 2012
6.790
Owned
Plays: 4
This is the game that Catan should have been. The randomness is spread across all players. No stinkin' dice rolls.

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2007-12-20*
ImageID 58132
6
Dec 2012
5.739
Owned
Plays: 2
Just some extra tiles to make the top levels more varied.
2007-12-20*
King of Tokyo (2011)
6
Oct 2014
7.323
Plays: 6
Kingsburg (2007)
6
Oct 2008*
7.147
Plays: 4
Labyrinth (aka Labyrinth: The War on Terror, 2001 - ?) (2010)
6
Dec 2012
7.127
Owned
Plays: 2
Liar's Dice (1987)
ImageID 5710
6
Dec 2007*
6.813
Owned
Plays: 8
London (2010)
6
Dec 2012
7.204
Plays: 3
Lost Cities (1999)
ImageID 166195
6
Dec 2012
7.041
Owned
Plays: 57
Louis XIV (2005)
ImageID 204812
6
Dec 2012
6.931
Owned
Plays: 3
Magna Grecia (2003)
ImageID 119054
6
Dec 2012
6.089
Owned
Plays: 5
Some very quirky rules for road/city placement. Still, I'm enjoying the learning of this game.
2008-02-15*
6
Dec 2012
6.435
Plays: 2
Manila (2005)
ImageID 76168
6
Dec 2012
6.784
Plays: 4
SEE MY REVIEW.
2007-12-20*
Medici (1995)
ImageID 121659
6
Dec 2012
6.911
Owned
Plays: 5
ImageID 155817
6
Dec 2007*
6.203
Owned
Plays: 7
Navegador (2010)
6
Nov 2013
7.364
Plays: 1
6
Jan 2011
6.070
Plays: 2
Pente (1977)
6
Dec 2007*
6.303
Owned
Plays: 7
Perikles (2006)
ImageID 138480
6
Jan 2010
6.552
Plays: 2
Poker (1810)
6
Dec 2012
6.550
Plays: 251
No-Limit Hold'Em
2008-11-01*
Power Struggle (aka Power Struggle) (2009)
6
Dec 2012
6.658
Plays: 3
ImageID 110665
6
Dec 2012
6.785
Owned
Plays: 2
Pueblo (2002)
ImageID 262589
6
Dec 2012
6.499
Owned
Plays: 2
6
Dec 2012
7.043
Owned
Plays: 1
6
Dec 2013
6.490
Owned
Plays: 1
Too much simulation, not enough game. The simulation is well done, though.
2013-12-24
RoboRally (1994)
ImageID 108803
6
Dec 2012
7.102
Owned
Plays: 6
Rook (1906)
ImageID 96847
6
Dec 2007*
6.082
Owned
6
Oct 2014
7.583
Owned
Plays: 7
Samurai (1998)
ImageID 2479
6
Dec 2012
7.300
Owned
Plays: 9
Based on playing the computer version....and now face to face.
2007-05-14*
Santiago (2003)
ImageID 125368
6
Dec 2012
6.922
Owned
Plays: 6
Medium weight bidding game with some Torres feel to it. As you build up plantations, you have to balance what you gain with what you are giving others. Money is tight.
2007-10-03*
Scattergories (1988)
ImageID 17870
6
Aug 2005*
5.981
Owned
Plays: 6
Scrabble (1948)
ImageID 340986
6
Dec 2012
6.264
Owned
Plays: 1
ImageID 32712
6
Dec 2007*
6.494
Plays: 2
Shogun (2006)
ImageID 181232
6
Nov 2010
7.439
Plays: 1
Space Alert (2008)
6
Sep 2012
7.441
Plays: 6
Star Realms (2014)
6
Aug 2015
7.541
Plays: 11
6
Mar 2009*
6.535
Plays: 1
Taluva (2006)
ImageID 356888
6
Mar 2010
6.964
Owned
Plays: 11
TAMSK (1998)
ImageID 203779
6
Mar 2010
6.292
Owned
Plays: 1
Telestrations (2009)
6
Dec 2012
7.180
Plays: 1
Terra Nova (2006)
ImageID 131164
6
Dec 2012
6.113
Owned
Plays: 5
Nasty, nasty game. I like it.
2007-12-20*
That's Life! (2005)
ImageID 94454
6
Dec 2007*
6.255
Plays: 3
The Traders of Genoa (aka Genoa) (2001)
ImageID 141220
6
Dec 2012
6.991
Owned
Plays: 4
This is the game to wean American gamers from playing Monopoly. Great player interaction. Every move is up for grabs to the highest bidder.
2007-12-20*
Thebes (2007)
ImageID 208285
6
Dec 2012
7.040
Plays: 1
Through the Ages (aka Through the Ages: A Story of Civilization) (2006)
ImageID 559118
6
Aug 2015
8.061
Owned
Plays: 64
Amazing system. Deep, subtle, lots of tough choices. The military part of the game really shines.
2008-05-12*
ImageID 35426
6
Dec 2012
6.957
Owned
Plays: 11
This is not the simple "chase each other around the board" game that you may think. Every decision is painful. If you play in one area, you know you are giving up something elsewhere. While the game is pretty, the colors detract from functionality, and the quality (FFG) is subpar.
2005-12-26*
6
Jan 2010
6.073
Plays: 2
Tongiaki (2004)
ImageID 45641
6
Dec 2012
6.037
Owned
Plays: 9
The only randomness is the draw of the tile(s) when you set sail; this might be a little too random for some; you can get a lucky break and have half the board for yourself. Otherwise, very chess-like in its play. Trying to calculate a complicated series of chain reactions is difficult.
2007-12-20*
ImageID 80268
6
Dec 2012
6.389
Owned
Plays: 4
Knizia does it again. This can be taught in 5 minutes "as you play". But there is some depth here that casual gamers will not find. A little dry, but I don't mind at all.
2007-12-20*
ImageID 21456
6
Dec 2007*
7.176
Plays: 4
A simple pseudo-wargame with moderately complex logistics.
2007-12-25*
ImageID 132562
6
Feb 2014
7.639
Plays: 1
Waiting to see quality and changes for the deluxe edition.
2009-10-21
Web of Power (2000)
ImageID 212426
6
Dec 2012
6.961
Plays: 2
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