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Subject: Voting : Game with most replayability? rss

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Brandon Ciantar
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Which game gets your vote? At the end of this month I will compile a statistic based on the voting and post it as a geeklist.

Only 1 game and in bold if possible.

Here goes my vote for replayability.

Dominion
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What is your criteria for replayability? Are you talking simply different starting game states? Are you talking about randomizaion of components prior to and/or during the game? A deck builder will have many differnt starting points, but the game plays very similarly otherwise.

Or are you trying to discern what makes a game replayable based on the polling results?
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Curt Carpenter
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Bruiser419 wrote:
What is your criteria for replayability?

Presumably that fans of the game find satisfaction in more repeated plays than similar fans do of other games.

Obvious answer seems to be Go.
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Matt Gustafson
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Advanced Squad Leader
This is an easy one! 100's upon 100's of official scenarios and many times that in unofficial and secondary source scenarios. There is also an entire chapter in the rule book on how to make your own.

This doesn't take into consideration the amount of replayability of individual scenarios; there are some I have personally played dozens of times. And I have played far from even 1% of the total available scenarios.
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Brandon Ciantar
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Bruiser419 wrote:
What is your criteria for replayability? Are you talking simply different starting game states? Are you talking about randomizaion of components prior to and/or during the game? A deck builder will have many differnt starting points, but the game plays very similarly otherwise.

Or are you trying to discern what makes a game replayable based on the polling results?


That varies from gamer to gamer. For example my entry, Dominion, there are thousands of different combination of different kingdom cards, no game is 100% the same thanks to the large amount of expansions for the game.
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I've definitely played Excape more than any other game, and will probably continue to.
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Hard to argue against Legendary: A Marvel Deck Building Game with its expansions.
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I find one of the most important things in determining the replay value of a game is whether I like it or not.
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Cosmic Encounter
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+1 to Cosmic Encounter. There are tons of combinations and interactions in the game.
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Dominion

I am assuming expansions. The original game I would play a lot but give me one or two expansions and it's a done deal.

Honourable mentions: Carcassonne, Memoir '44, Baseball Highlights 2045 if you get into playing seasons.
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