Games that are played more in Britain (and sometimes Europe) than the USA
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OK, here’s a list of games that we may associate more with Britain and Europe than with the USA. Now that’s NOT to say that these don’t get played in the USA!! Clearly they do as you can see from the ratings. Indeed sometimes there are more US raters for these games than European ones – but that’s because there are many more Americans who visit this site than Europeans!

My point is that per-head of population, these games are more popular in Britain and sometimes Europe than in the USA.

I could add loads more games, but maybe it’s more fun if others add a few now.
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1. Board Game: Escape from Colditz [Average Rating:6.64 Overall Rank:1435]
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Many’s the hour that I spent on this as a child. It sold zillions of copies in the UK and a fair few in Europe. I know some Americans like it, but it was certainly much bigger over here. Has elements of a Euro game, is light-medium in weight and is completely asymmetrical in terms of sides. It’s rather fun, though the rules are often insufficient to cover every eventuality.
 
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2. Board Game: Campaign [Average Rating:5.41 Overall Rank:14591]
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It got a lot of purchases in the UK in the 1970s and it has a pretty abstract feeling to it. The theme is not well represented at all and it could be about almost anything vaguely military. It is on the low side of medium weight. Personally, I never liked this one much, but there you go.
 
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3. Board Game: Subbuteo [Average Rating:6.97 Overall Rank:1282]
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A classic if you are British! This must have sold as well as Monopoly in its time. Most boys had a version of it, and some had several teams. I had Liverpool, Everton, Derby County and, oddly enough, Motherwell. A great fun, light, flicking game. I expect a few copies got across the Atlantic for those who like “soccer.”
 
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4. Board Game: Blow Football [Average Rating:3.99 Unranked]
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One of the most unhygienic games around, but it’s been played by generations of British schoolboys and is always great fun.
 
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5. Board Game: Buccaneer [Average Rating:6.04 Overall Rank:5988]
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I’m sure this was played a lot in the USA, but in the UK it was huge and sold by the shed load. Another nostalgia trip from the 70s that still plays well today.
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6. Board Game: Nine Men's Morris [Average Rating:5.37 Overall Rank:14951]
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Rather an ancient game that has been played in towns and villages in England for centuries. I know it gets played a lot in Europe, too. It’s an abstract game on the higher side of light-medium depth
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7. Board Game: Rome & Carthage [Average Rating:6.35 Overall Rank:7172]
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Now this is an interesting game and one I loved as a kid. For me, this was the precursor of my interest in wargaming and Euros. Some of the mechanisms here are distinctly Euro wargamey – Friedrich has a similar battle system using playing cards, the pieces all do different things and there are rues about Capital Cities and spies that bring card play into it. Not at all bad for 1974! It’s a game that deserves more praise for what it did at the time. Light-medium weight and lots of fun.

If you wanted to get your kids into Wargames and Euros with conflict, this would be a great one when they get to about 8 years old.
 
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8. Board Game: Subbuteo Cricket [Average Rating:6.45 Overall Rank:10011]
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What a cracking game! I had two sets of players – England and the Windies. I must still have it somewhere at my parents house. Again another light, fun, flicking game.
 
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9. Board Game: Buckaroo! [Average Rating:4.57 Overall Rank:15248]
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Lots of British kids had this. I know a lot of Americans probably had it too, but it was huge over here in the 70s – and still sells well now. A fun kids’ dexterity game.
 
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10. Board Game: North Sea Oil [Average Rating:5.51 Overall Rank:12418]
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There’s a lot of maths in this. I know that it sold in Europe under different names. It was one that I played a fair bit in my teens. Fantastic pieces and again some elements of a Euro game – event cards, limits on drilling, loans etc. Light-medium in depth but heavier in feel due to the mathematics involved – a percentage of a percentage sometimes.
 
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11. Board Game: War of the Daleks [Average Rating:4.89 Unranked]
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I know that the show has a lot of fans in the USA, but over here it’s an absolute legend. The latest series was brilliant - quite the best bit of entertainment that’s been out on tv for some time. Very light.
 
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12. Board Game: Bagpuss [Average Rating:5.00 Unranked]
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I haven’t got this game, but my kids love the tv series as I did before them. For those who aren’t British, this is a wonderful and very charming collection of stories by the great Oliver Postgate – who should really have been knighted by now.
 
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13. Board Game: Washing Machine Game [Average Rating:4.67 Unranked]
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The excellent children’s game maker Orchard Toys is based not far away from where I live. They make some really nice stuff which is great for playing with younger children. I doubt they get many sales outside of the UK, though. Light kids’ game with some simple Strategy.
 
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14. Board Game: Speed [Average Rating:5.63 Overall Rank:11976]
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This one’s been around in the UK for a long time. I have several edition so fit – inc a very old one.
A very nice, simple card game that has some skill and is useful for playing with kids. Light, but maybe not far below Lost Cities for depth.
 
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15. Board Game: Hnefatafl [Average Rating:6.53 Overall Rank:2355]
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In no way could you claim this game as British! But it is played here and also a lot in Europe. Pretty heavyish in terms of S and T as abstracts go. There’s an interesting asymmetry with the sides.

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16. Board Game: En Garde! [Average Rating:6.70 Overall Rank:6068]
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This is one that really was popular with wargaming groups in the 1970s. Tremendous fun!
 
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17. Board Game: Seelöwe [Average Rating:6.25 Overall Rank:7213]
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Well, if there’s such a thing as a wargame that may have got more plays in the UK than the USA, maybe it’s this one…hey look, as a wargamer, I had to put one in somewhere!

I'm sure someone will think of others!
 
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18. Board Game: Dover Patrol [Average Rating:6.25 Overall Rank:10101]
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This game was produced in Britain and very few copies survive now. It is like Stratego but at sea- and being at sea lets the combat system make more sense- if 2 ships engage in open water the better one will probably win... Also has more types of units- like the Flying Boat which can't kill anything but can only be killed by Destroyers and Motor Torpedo Boats, and can move 2. Or the Minelayer, which can't attack, but sinks anything which attacks it except Destroyers, which kill it (It can move- there are also Mines which work like Bombs in Stratego).
 
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19. Board Game: Survive: Escape from Atlantis! [Average Rating:7.32 Overall Rank:232]
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I can't claim to be in touch with British tastes, but I sense this is more popular on the other side of the pond. I think Waddington's has kept this in print forever in at least four different versions...
 
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20. Board Game: Blast-Off! [Average Rating:4.73 Overall Rank:14658]
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A lot of games popular in England in the 1970s were published by Waddingtons. Some may have had US versions too (possibly Parker Bros?), but I always think of them as "English" rather than as "international", whether rightly or wrongly.

I'll list two. The first is Blast-Off. It was so disappointing when the needles became detached from the dials. cry
 
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21. Board Game: Exploration [Average Rating:5.58 Overall Rank:12713]
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And the second is Exploration. Remember the diradice?
 
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22. Board Game: The Business Game [Average Rating:5.89 Overall Rank:8536]
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Now this was played alot in my familty (along with Hare and Tortoise)........never popualr with mum for some reason......
 
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23. Board Game: International Cricket [Average Rating:8.02 Overall Rank:6785]
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I would think any game involving Cricket (whether a statistical simulation or more of fun game) would be more popular in Eastpondia.
 
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24. Board Game: Plus and Minus [Average Rating:6.17 Unranked]
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You'll play PM until the AM, or so the box says. In the rules you could write to the publisher to set up your own PM club. I doubt there are any copies of this in the US. We found one down at beach house in southern Australia. Managed to pick up own copy of ebay from the UK. Suprisingly good. Almsot impossible to find out details about it though.
 
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25. Board Game: Railroader [Average Rating:5.33 Overall Rank:13498]
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I'd bet this is more popular in the UK than on the other side of the Atlantic. Of course, most games from Waddington that didn't get picked up by anyone else for publication are probably more popluar. I picked this one since I own it, I bought it from the UK and it has a very US theme with the push west by the early railroad companies. It even has indians.
 
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