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Subject: How is this different than Signorie? rss

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Mark Stanoch
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Brides and Bribes is a very attractive game with beautiful components. However, I am curious as to how the gameplay differs from Signorie from What's Your Game? I have played neither but I am a big fan of Madiera so I am leaning that way. Your insights are appreciated.
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Pedro Spaceballoongames
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Hi Mark,

The games are really different. Signorie is a resource management game (really well done by the way) in "german style" (stone age, marco polo etc..). a lot of choices There is little interaction between players.
Brides & Bribes combine a hidden worker placement mechanic with a deck building system. the game is all about interaction between players that gives a very high "feeling" about the game theme.

Here a couple of written review that can help you understand the differences:
http://www.polyhedroncollider.com/2016/09/brides-bribes-kick...
review by palladinelliott Brides & Bribes by SpaceBalloon Games

give it a try!
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Ben Rubinstein

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Out of curiosity, what similarities are you seeing? I'm only seeing the theme, but obviously that doesn't mean anything in terms of gameplay similarity and is purely superficial.
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Pedro Spaceballoongames
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Ciao Ben,

Both games are workers placement games with different areas were you can make different actions.
Were the games are very different is "how" you make the actions. In Signorie you make what you choose. In Brides & Bribes you will have to interact with the other player every turn and see what happen becouse of the hidden placement mechanic involved in the worker placement phase. All players do not know what was played until it is revealed, and then they can interfere with each other (killing, poisoning, bribing and so on....)
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Mark Stanoch
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Sounds like fun!
 
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