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Greg Infi
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Are there any other great games that use a time/order track similar to Glen More where a player can jump far ahead to pick a tile, enabling the other player to take multiple actions until he passes the first player?

The only other such games that I know are Kraftwagen and Thebes.
 
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Paweł Bedz
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Olympos uses very similiar mechanic. You can do various actions, each costs you some time. So it is possible to do multiple actions before any other player will go (if they did "big move" and jumped ahead). Also this time track determines when the game ends.
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Tor Iver Wilhelmsen
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There are variants on this like Patchwork and Samara; for a more linear variant (i.e. the track is not (semi)circular but has an actual end, see Tokaido.
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Florent Becker
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Tinners' Trail does that, with the twist of linking auctions with the time track.
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Bruno Barkic
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Shipyard and Francis Drake
 
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Drew
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Patchwork and Tokaido are two favorites in my house that both have the same mechanic.
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Chris Dugas
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Tokaido. The person furthest back on the road is always the player who moves. If you jump ahead to make sure of landing on a particular spot, you wait until everyone else passes you to move again.
 
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Russ Williams
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There is a geeklist collecting such games:
Games where the time track determines turn order (so you might get 2 turns in a row)

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Ron Lacer
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Neuland
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oystein eker
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Warhammer Horus Heresy.

Excellent use of the time track

https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/63543/horus-heresy
 
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blackwingedgod wrote:


Although the track in Shipyard is reminiscent of Glen More, turn order goes clockwise in a typical fashion (no back-to-back turns for a single player). I almost played this wrong initially, having recently played Glen More.
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Mark Smith

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We play a game called Parfum where the time of day you start influences how many actions you take and the cool thing is whoever is in last place chooses first.
Seems simple but a lot of planning is required sometimes with certain fragrances needed and sales to consider.
 
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Monica Elida Forssell
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I believe Thebes is that way. I am not sure if Around the World in 80 Days is, but it has a time line.
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