Worker-Placement -- are you sure?
Here at bgg under browse/mechanics there is the following definition of worker-placement:Recommend
"This mechanic requires players to draft individual actions from a set that is available to all players. Drafting is done one-at-a-time and in turn order. There is a limit on the number of times a single action may be drafted each round. Once that limit is reached, an action can no longer be taken until a subsequent turn or until the action space is no longer occupied by a worker.
Usually, each player has a limited number of pieces with which to participate in the process. In other words, they "place workers" to show which actions have been drafted by which players."
My question here: Are there games in the database with "mechanic = worker placement", but you think they are not
or games not having worker placement as mechanic but should.
Feel free to add a game, you think have worker-placement for no reason (or the wrong reason) or need the mechanic worker-placement (but has not now).
PLEASE: Do not add games where you think, they are worker-plecement and you just want to tell us that this is right e.g. "Agricola is worker placement" (not helpful)
I had a research meeting last weekend and we discussed what worker-placement really is. I'm searching now for more opinions.
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