What Did You Play this Weekend? 9/16/2013
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Greetings fellow geeks! The weekend is now over, and as we toil at our assorted labors, we should recount our past weekend gaming exploits.

So, all you weekend gamers, bring your mini-session reports and stories of weekend gaming greatness, as you pop in here to answer the question:
What did you play this weekend?

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1. Board Game: Lords of Waterdeep [Average Rating:7.77 Overall Rank:51]
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We started back up with soccer on our Saturday mornings so that cuts down on time to play games on Friday night, plus we had a wedding in Pittsburgh, KS to go to so we only got a couple games in this weekend.

Saturday evening after the wedding, the kiddos had crashed so my BiL and SiL asked if we wanted to play a game of Alhambra, which of course we did. It was my wife's first time playing Alhambra and I think she enjoyed it, which makes sense knowing how much she enjoys Carcassonne. She came in a close second to my BiL who won a game for the first time in a long while. After we played, my wife asked if we owned Alhambra and I told her that we never had bought it because we knew someone who already had it, she then said well, maybe we should get a copy for ourselves.

Sunday night after dinner we got out Lords of Waterdeep and gave it a whirl with part of the Lords of Waterdeep: Scoundrels of Skullport expansion, we played with the Skullport parts so we could try out the corruption mechanic. I had the Xanathar Lord so any corruption in my tavern at the end of the game would give me a +4 bonus, so the whole game I was trying to manipulate the corruption board to get the best bonus I could manage, which was harder than it sounds since my wife was also taking corruption when it helped her out. I ended up winning a tightly contested game 172-168, mainly because of the Arcana bonus I was also getting after completing one of the plot quests early on that gave me a +2 for every Arcana completed. I liked that part of the expansion, next it's time to add Undermountain as well.

Hopefully I'll add a bit here after our meetup this evening. Have a great week everyone!

Late update on the game night on Monday, sorry, was busy in Los Santos all day yesterday. GTA V really is a masterpiece.

Played a couple games of Trains and it really is Dominion with a board. But to settle and just use that as the only description doesn't really do it justice. There are some strategies to it, but as we saw in the second game, the big money strategy can still win a game. I honestly think that if I owned it, it would get played more than Dominion because of the theme and having a bit more strategy to it, but I just don't know if it is worth it or not.

Also played a 4 player game of Suburbia, the less said about this matchup the better, I just got completely smoked. Didn't hit a single goal, not even my secret one.

And then last night Gabby and I broke the seal on Rise of Augustus and tried it out. What a fun game. Can't wait to try it with more than 2 people. Should be a great entry level game to go along with Ticket to Ride if trying to get others slowly into board games. BTW, Gabby won this one 98-53, she managed to steal away 20 points from me late in the game with the wheat/gold and the 6 objective achievement.
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2. Board Game: Strasbourg [Average Rating:7.17 Overall Rank:786]
Tiago Perretto
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A good weekend of games due to the 14ª Curitiba Ludica (a local gaming event).

Friday

Witch of Salem - Because of the Friday 13th, we tried to play a few "horror" games. The first was this. For those of you that don't know this game, [thing=308506][/thing] is crazy hard to beat. Without a doubt, the hardest co-op I have ever met. So after talking with some friends, I decided to add two house-rules: 1) The turn order is decided each turn by the players; 2) The players can pay, with Sanity, to slow the advance of the Necron marker when it advance due to the double card of a monster. The changes worked great and the game was way more manageable. We still lost to Hastur, though, which serves to prove that the added rules didn't turned this game in an easy one.



Sanitarium - My debut with the game. Teh rules are somewhat clunky, so we went with the co-op scenario, because if the had some rule issue, no one would be affected by it in an unfair way. And I'm glad we chose this way, because we really do have a fine amount of problems to understand everything. Even with the manual being consulted, everyone playing still enjoy the game. The art is great, the mood works. Sanitarium does take a lot of table space when all the cards are laid out. In the game, only one of the player manage to leave the sanitarium, the other two (I was one) needed to fight the shadows in order to leave, but we couldn't do it in the time we had. Another defeat.



Masters Gallery x2 - Two plays. I came in second in both, and in the second game I came only one point behind! I blame Van Gogh. I like this game more and more every time I play it.



Village - My first game with the expansion Village: Inn, and I liked it! The expansion adds the brewery (where beer can be made, just like carts) and the tavern (where the player can use gold or beer to get favors from local personalities - and they can do all sort of things). I didn't used much of these locations though. I was more into sell goods in the market and travel. And this was enough to grant me the win, with 62 points.




Saturday

Masters Gallery - Only one play this time, with 5 players (three of them learning the game). I started rather poorly, but manage to recover with the help of Monet and Renoir. The third round was the longest I have ever seen, with all the painters with cards and it took a while to separate the first three from the rest. A great game this was.



Strasbourg - Was nine months ago the first time I played this game, and I missed it all the time. This one is an awesome auction game (it was in my list of the best games of 2012), but it wasn't easy to get it to the table again (I don't own it). Anyway, I had a blast and played better than I ever thought possible (the way the cards came helped me a lot). I won with 69 points, way ahead of the second place (41).



Dungeon Lords - It was a tough match. I used the press room to keep the stronger heroes away from me, so I could concentrate in getting my dungeon bigger and with more rooms (in the first year I only had a Vampire and in the second I got an Iron Golem). I wanted the trophy room, since I was pretty sure I would get at least two, maybe three titles. And due to a poorly selected actions by other player, I did got it. This made the difference, since without, I would have lost (by one point). But with it, I won!



Egizia - Another great game that I haven't played (face to face) in a while. With everyone in the table that already knew the rules, the game went by really fast - around one hour. I struggled in the beginning with food, but I did have a lot of stones, so I was fine to concentrate in getting Sphinx cards and food. But, in the end, a friend of mine stayed in the back for four rounds, in order to have the first pick of the cards, and in the last round got like 1000 points, winning handly with 107 points.



Sentinels of the Multiverse - The last game I played in the event. Four heroes - Wraith, Legacy, Visionary and Fanatic - against the Iron Legacy, in the Wagner Mars Base. We got a beat down in the first couple of turns, as expected. But then one environment made everyone imune to damage. Sure, we couldn't damage Iron Legacy, but neither he could - and point by point, he would have made a lot more then us by that point. So we used the environment to buy some time in order to put a few equipaments and ongoing cards to get ready to rumble. Visionary took care of the villain cards, so that we wouldn't lose these cards. Once we were ready, we took out the environment and Leacy and Fanatic started to hitting Iron Legacy really hard. Even with this, everyone, except Legacy, was bellow the 10 hp by the time Fanatic dealed 7 points of damage and Legacy himself put his variation from another reality to sleep. My first win against a villain of difficulty 3 or more!




And this was it.

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3. Board Game: Pathfinder Adventure Card Game: Rise of the Runelords – Base Set [Average Rating:7.28 Overall Rank:330]
Keith Rudolph
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We were both delighted when Pathfinder Adventure Card Game showed up earlier in the week as it's one we've both been looking forward to for quite a while. So it shouldn't be much of a surprise then when she demanded that we play it on Saturday. The rules were relatively simple to understand and knew that a lot more of the mechanics would be revealed as we played, so we just jumped right in. Turns out we didn't do so hot as things went south pretty quickly, but it was an incredibly good learning experience as everything became pretty clear rather quickly. We abandoned that game, grabbed a couple of new characters, and played another game. This one also didn't go so well but we saw it through to the end despite me dying with about 3 turns left. Another game with the same characters met a similar end. We considered our character options a little more and finally settled on Sajan (me) and Ezren (her). The first game of this once again didn't go so hot as this time it was her turn to perish and I ran out of time. One more crack a Brigandoom! and we finally won! I couldn't really get anything going until my deck started to get scarily thin, leaving only Blessings behind. Thankfully it was all I needed as it allowed me to pummel the tar out of everything that came at us. We moved onto the second scenario of the adventure and dealt with more of the same; I was completely useless and failed most of my rolls until my deck was almost gone and leaving only Blessing behind, at which point I once again beat up anything with a pulse (except for the villain which she blew up with a roll of 36 using 2d12 + 3d4 + 2). Happy with our two back-to-back victories, we decided to retire for the night.

We played 2 more games on Sunday in an attempt to finish off the adventure that comes in the box before cracking open the Rise of the Runelords box. Our first attempt didn't go so well as we failed almost every non-monster test thrown our way with an alarming number of 1s being rolled. Time ran out before we could close more than 1 location. Our second attempt went considerably better as we closed the first two pretty early. She was the one to eventually encounter the villain on what was going to be her last turn as her deck was down to 2 cards and she was forced to discard 3 before the fight even started. Thankfully after combining our efforts, she rolled incredibly high and managed to defeat him, letting us win before she perished! We're looking forward to trying out the adventure path next time!

We decided to quickly give Love Letter a try. Incredibly simple to learn as you'd expected for a game with only 16 cards. The first game went to her though it was pretty close. I won the second one by 2. In the final tie breaker, she managed to steal away the win while we were tied at 6. It's not really grabbing me like it seems to have so many others; it's a decent and quick little filler game that's worth playing but not something I'd call amazing. I'm thinking the game would be a little more interesting with 4 players as you'd avoid things like a round ending with the very first play.
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4. Board Game: Carcassonne: The City [Average Rating:7.20 Overall Rank:569]
Andreas Hellwig
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Friday:
Carcassonne: The City x2

Saturday:
Atta Ants x2
Atta Ants Expansion x2
Atta Ants Expansion 2 x2
Take it Easy!

Sunday:
Carcassonne: The City x2
Jaipur x2
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5. Board Game: Bruges [Average Rating:7.45 Overall Rank:217]
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Some things new and the return to something on hold (i.e. Game Night)...

Friday
1x - Bruges

My wife and I started Friday off with our second play of Bruges which proved to be a more competitive game the second time around right out of the gate. We were more comfortable with the typical Feldian choices the game presents and kept the tension high to the end for a lower scoring game as we tended to hinder each others plans a few times throughout. My wife's win evens up the record 1-1 and we have another enjoyable Feld game in the collection.

Saturday - Game Night
1x - Memoir '44 - Pegasus Bridge scenario
1x - Railways of North America
1x - Sentinels of the Multiverse

After a couple months off this summer we hosted our monthly Game Night which was different for me in a number of ways. My wife and I rarely get to play a game together and agreed this time we'd start as soon as we had enough arrive at the house who were interested in trying Sentinels of the Multiverse given my wife's recent try of this one and surprisingly positive experience.

We intended to play with another couple when a new person to the event sat down and grabbed a hero out of the box making it suddenly a 5p game. Okay. Long story short we all had a blast playing Absolute Zero (myself), Tachyon, Legacy, Tempest, and Haka (my wife) to defeat Omnitron and his evil plot to attack planet Earth from the Wagner Mars Base. Game was a success even with three new players.



The later arrivals were tied up in a learning game of Citadels in one room and King of Tokyo in the other so one of the guys wanted to try the new Canadian map in Railways of North America. He did not realize you could play 2p so I showed him and it played fast which he liked better than the epic 5-6p games we've done in the past. I handedly beat him given I have a lot more experience in reading the board and seeing scoring opportunities.


Other games were going on and he asked if I would mind teaching him Memoir '44, which he had been considering for some time for his son and him to play at home. Being one of my favorites (like Railways) I was glad to oblige. We set up the Pegasus Bridge scenario and played an instructional game while he and his son collaborated on the Axis side. I pulled off a trio of wins for the evening with a 4-2 win.

Early Monday morning
1x - Suburbia - New to us

We didn't get a chance to squeeze this in this weekend but learned it early over coffee before work. I liked the game, I love my wife, I hated this experience. She was having a rough morning (a "woman are like spaghetti" moment) and she just couldn't wrap her mind around the whole adjacent tile triggering mechanism making this a very painful and frustrating learning experience. Both agreed not to make any judgments about the game based on this play. We also missed the rule about removing a tile from the market if playing an investment tile or common tiles until half way through the game.

meeple Keep playing...
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6. Board Game: The Castles of Burgundy [Average Rating:8.13 Overall Rank:13]
K Moore
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First time playing this and we ended up playing it 3 times, once on Saturday where I messed up a load of rules, like how you should remove all the tiles at the end of each phase before putting new ones on, and then twice on Sunday where everyone had a much clearer idea of what to do, which made it a lot more competitive. Even then I was discovering little things like castle tiles allow you to do ANY action, not just placing a tile on your board, and so I kept being accused of fixing the rules to suit my game! Bloody cheek!

My gf declared it's much better than Tigris and Euphrates, another recent acquisition (which I have done a terrible job of convincing her is awesome, unfortunately), but still pales in comparison to her first love Carcassonne. I really like it as you really have to think about everything just from the role of two little dice, and how to get some awesome combos out of them and make them go further. The only downside I felt was at the very end, the last phase is not as fun as you suddenly realise there's so many things you can't do. I mean, that's part of the design, but still it's a horrible feeling.

Also played Citadels twice. We tried swapping out the assassin and thief cards in the first game and found that it was better that way. Then we went and swapped a whole load of characters the second game, some worked but I really didn't like the emperor in exchange for the king. It sounded like a great idea but I think 3 player it doesn't make sense.

And of course we finished with Carcassonne. We had the Inns & Cathedral and Traders and Builders as standard, and tried for the first time The Count, which we used once and really didn't like. I thought it functioned completely differently to how it does in an english rulebook I found online, I might read up on it again and see if I read a bad translation, but I was under the impression you could use it to claim empty tiles anywhere. Anyway, until that is clarified it is staying in the box, and we're back to the river and river II combined...

Good weekend in all. Looking forward to more burgundy.
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7. RPG: Trail of Cthulhu [Average Rating:8.16 Overall Rank:5]
Patrick Leder
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Saint Paul
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We kept momentum going on our second Bookhounds of London adventure. We broke into an estate that we thought might have some of the collection of wood carvings we were looking for. Turns out they had them all. Things got a little more unnerving when we made an awful discovery about the wood carvings.

After that we got up to Zombicide: Toxic City Mall for the second scenario which was a really fun puzzle.
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8. Board Game: Bruges [Average Rating:7.45 Overall Rank:217]
Thomas Leitner
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Another weekend, another several games of Bruges. This continues to be a very strong draw.

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I've played this solo, and was glad to get this in as a multiplayer. Specifically, we had four players. The game is quite long and very challenging. I really enjoy the semi-cooperative aspect of it. It creates a lot of tension as the players really do have to work with one another to escape, forcing a very careful calculation of when you can take actions which benefit you more than the group.

We all lost, however, as a series of unfortunate events prevented us from reaching the top of the mountain, thus preventing us from spotting the rescue ship.



A close four player game in which I managed to eke out a one point victory. I like the game, but I don't think the three people I played with did particularly.

The complete lack of theme, and the sometimes non-intuitive rules seemed to really turn them off. I also heard several complaints about the iconography being confusing.



I've been dithering over getting this game for a while. There was a copy sitting on the shelves of my FLGS for a long time, and I finally gave in. We played this with three, and I found it to be thoroughly enjoyable. It's light, but still has a lot of interesting decisions.



Last, but certainly not least, I played a three player game of Luna, a very underrated Feld game. I lost badly, but had a good time playing.



Oops, forgot one. I got to play the first two Burnt Offerings scenarios as the Druid. She's a lot of fun to play. I played with two other people who were the barbarian and the cleric. We won both scenarios.
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9. Board Game: Innovation: Echoes of the Past [Average Rating:7.57 Unranked] [Average Rating:7.57 Unranked]
Jules
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We met up with fellow BGG user (and old livejournal buddy) Kyrasantae (who was in town for a conference) for beer, fries and a game of Hey, that's my fish! and Innovation, in which Conlaen solidly trounced us. It was fun! If anyone else is heading to Leuven at any point, let me know

On thursday we hosted dinner for friends. I hadn't planned to propose any games (they're not big gamers), but the night went a bit differently than expected and I ended up putting Cards Against Humanity (the shiny new copy my coworker brought from the States for me) and Aquarius on the table. Both were very much appreciated: easy after-dinner games that hardly need explanation.
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10. Board Game: Letters from Whitechapel [Average Rating:7.44 Overall Rank:208]
Scott Daniel
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San Diego
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Friday

Pandemic x1

My mother bought this for me when I first re-disovered the hobby and it's a been a great game for my wife and I. I got the chance to introduce it to my mother, she liked the cooperative aspects.

Saturday

Letters from Whitechapel x4

Friend has been talking about this one for a while and he picked it up last week, so we played it quite a few times. London police are trying to catch Jack the Ripper (one player is Jack). Very tense when you play Jack, often bewildering when you play the police.

Love Letter x2

We played a few games of Love Letter waiting for our fourth to arrive.

Mage Knight Board Game

Played the introductory scenario of Mage Knight with four players. It's pretty slow with that number of players, I can see how it would be better with fewer players.

Edit: Add Friday.
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11. Board Game: Prêt-à-Porter [Average Rating:7.22 Overall Rank:1132]
James Derbyshire
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Pretty good gaming weekend for my wife and I, getting into the mood for Essen in five weeks...

We finally managed to get Prêt-à-Porter to the table for a full game. We picked this up on release back in 2010 I think(?), but the rules just really put me off. Extremely glad we got through it as we really enjoyed in and played two games. My wife won with 199 points vs my 169.

We then followed this up with a long overdue game of Drum Roll. Again, really enjoyed it and it thoroughly toasted our brains. I won by 8 points with a rather spectacular show if I do say so myself!!

In between these games we played a few games of Hanabi which is our current, go-to quick filler.

Finally we played two equally overdue games of Spellbound and promptly lost both dismally.

A good gaming weekend.
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12. Board Game: Twilight Struggle [Average Rating:8.32 Overall Rank:5]
Toms Leikums
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This weekend I had only second game of Twilight Struggle.

After terrible loss in first game some days ago (I played USA and lost in 4th turn) I was ready to show some more resistance (and chose USA again).
This time everything went much better - I took domination of Asia+SE Asia, and also dominated Middle East, when it was needed. The only problem was to hold on to couple battlegrounds in Europe to keep USSR from winning immediately. It ended pretty good - with 20 points for USA in 5th turn already.

After 2 plays of Twilight Struggle I see, why it might be the number 1 game in Boardgamegeek for many years now. But I can't say its even close to my favourite games. I know - many reviewers have said that you have to play this game many times to love it. We'll see. I will definitely give Twilight Struggle enough chances to prove itself worthy. Rating 7 for now.
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13. Board Game: Dixit: Journey [Average Rating:7.44 Overall Rank:421] [Average Rating:7.44 Unranked]
James Garcia
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Harlingen
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After two weeks of not playing anything on the weekend I got a litte bit of gaming last night. I thought I was gonna go three weeks in a row, but I made something happen with my family.

Sunday


First game up last night was Dixit: Journey. I was the one that had an itch to play so I made sure we played it lol. We ended up with a five person group which is great for this. The game was close with my brother right at the 29 point on the board and me at 25. First to 30 wins in case you didn't know. I don't know what happened with my brother, but he missed two consecutive cards in which I got them right. I catapulted passed him and he was stuck at 29. I win!



Next I brought out Family Business. Easy game to teach so I was able to get the ball rolling quickly. I got picked on early in this game by my brother and my fiancee, but I managed to stay alive. My Dad was the counter wizard in this game. Every time someone tried to put out a contract on him BAM counter. At one point everyone had 5-6 mobster left and he still had all of his. As the game progressed I started to control the table a little bit and people started leaving my characters alone. My Dad kept gunning for my fiancee and my brother and sister were going at each other. I just sat back and watched the fireworks. My brother was the first one knocked out due to a vandetta starting followed shortly with my Dad. My fiancee was third out with my sister winning over me as I had nothing to save my last guy. I really enjoy this game. I just got this game this past week and have played it twice. I loved it both time I played.



By popular demand Ticket to Ride was the last game to come out. I was going to try and introduce River Dragons to them, but I got out voted. No biggy though as I love Ticket to Ride. I've gotten my nephew, my fiancee, my Dad and my sister hooked on this game. My brother and I already had prior knowledge before they all got hooked. This game was tough for me as both my fiancee and sister were building routes in the areas I needed to build so you had three people all fighting for the same general area. My Dad and brother were fighting amongst themselves for a different section. I had only big routes in my hand and then I got stuck. My sister stole two different routes I needed and my fiancee finished the deal to San Francisco effectively costing me 17 points as I had absolutely no way to get into that city. I tried to search for routes, but drew blanks as they were no where near were I had setup shop. My sister ended up winning with my brother in second place. My fiancee third. I got fourth and my Dad got last. I love this game so much, but I have still yet to win a game. My sister who isn't all that bright has won one now on her second time playing on the real board. She downloaded the app after the first time she played so she has has some practice. I might have under estimated her as it appears she is clearly putting in time on her own to learn this game. Well played sister well played.


I don't know what the future holds for me this weekend. I game every Wednesday so I at least get a weekly fix.
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14. Board Game: Pathfinder Adventure Card Game: Rise of the Runelords – Base Set [Average Rating:7.28 Overall Rank:330]
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Pathfinder is turning out to be one of my favorite Coop games (Sentinels of the Multiverse is still my favorite). More importantly it is a game that my wife really likes as well.

I also played:

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15. Board Game: Friday [Average Rating:7.20 Overall Rank:338]
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Saturday

Friday = 2 Plays

My busy week in England just allowed me to have a couple of games of FRIDAY before flying home!

Game 1: The game had a very ominous start when I immediately lost a lot of life dealing with Wild Animals from the get go! I took advantage of it to get rid of the weak cards, but it was rough as I ended with just 5 life after the 1st phase!


Just 5 life remaining!

It was all over when Robinson Crusoe got stupid exploring the island, as he dies!


Aging takes it toll while exploring the island!

I had forgotten to score my loss in this game.

Game 2: The game went smoother in the 2nd game, as although I ended up with just 6 life after the first age, I managed to defeat many of the challenges and thus my deck was better.


Phase 1 6 life

The 2nd phase brought me down to just 2 life, but I had several life giving cards in my deck so I was hopeful that I could survive phase 3!


Phase 2 2 life

This was not to be, as I simply did not have enough life to sacrifice in order to Explore the Island again, and I lose!


Exploring the island proved lethal again!

This time I remembered to score the game, and I had 38 points of cards -5 for 1 aging card, and with -3 per remaining hazard card (9 cards, for a total of -27) I have a final score of 6!


38-5-27 = 6 points

2 losses again! I have just won once in 8 games so far!

I'm not planning to have any extended trips until the end of the year (cross fingers), so I hope to be able to make up for my lack of games in the past 2 weeks!
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16. Board Game: NanoBot Battle Arena [Average Rating:6.63 Overall Rank:10518]
 
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I was at Buckeye Game Fest Wednesday through Saturday.

Fische Fluppen Frikadellen* - x1
Louis XIV* - x1
NanoBot Battle Arena* - x13
Suburbia* - x1
Robinson Crusoe: Adventures on the Cursed Island* - x1
Ascension: Rise of Vigil** - x1
Kingdom Builder* - x3
Space Cadets: Dice Duel* - x2
7 Wonders - x2
Rex: Final Days of an Empire* - x1
Martian Dice - x2
Libertalia* - x1
Marrakech* - x1

Details can be found on my BGF geeklist.

* denotes a game that I had not played before
** I had played Ascension, but never with the 'energy' element from Rise of Vigil
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17. Board Game: Star Fluxx [Average Rating:6.38 Overall Rank:1833]
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Friday
Two games of Jenga in answer to my daughter's challenge. We each won one.



Saturday
I won the Jenga tiebreaker.

Played some Star Fluxx with our weekend houseguest in the evening. I won with the goal, "He's Dead, Captain!"

Sunday
Summoner Wars in the afternoon: my daughter wanted the first go with Turgan's Tundra Orcs, and I played Queen Maldaria's deck against them, winning pretty easily. Duke Ramazall was the star of the game, knocking down Minor Ice Walls without breaking a sweat, and using Passion of the Phoenix to land a neat 3 wounds on Torgan. Torgan and Ugg finally put a stop to Ramazall, but Fanessa was right behind him and stepped in to kill the Orc Summoner. Those Minor Ice Walls are cool (pun intended), but they're not as easy to use as might first appear!



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18. Board Game: Yedo [Average Rating:7.42 Overall Rank:511]
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Yedo - We kicked off the weekend by learning this game, which I've been dying to play since it arrived a couple of weeks ago (actually, I've been dying to play it since like March, but I digress). After an initial rules read through, I could definitely see why people called it Lords of Waterdeep on steroids (even though this game was developed coincidentally and simultaneously to LoW). It's a worker placement game that has analogs of Buildings, Quests, Intrigue cards, and even Lords (bonus cards are very similar). Every single one of those things, though, (including the worker placement mechanic) is implemented very differently. So much so, that this game both feels different to play, and is also a good bit more strategically deep. My wife and I really enjoyed it. After our first play, I began packing up the components and my wife looked at me and asked, "Are we not going to play again?"

All told we played it 3 times this weekend and loved every minute of it.

The Castles of Burgundy - After Yedo, we got in a play of Castles of Burgundy, another new-to-us game that is rapidly becoming a favorite. I'm really enjoying this type of tile laying game where you place a tile and resolve the effects. Suburbia and Glen More both look really interesting to me for the same reason. This game also truly delivers on the "multiple paths to victory" promise. Call it point salad if you want, but I feel like it definitely adds a lot of depth. We played this game twice this weekend, and I think it will end up getting a lot of plays, just because its simple mechanics make it a game that can be easy fun if you're mentally exhausted, or a deeper challenge if you're up for that.

Rise of Augustus - Finally, we got in a couple of plays of this Spiel des Jahres nominee on Saturday when we had some time to kill, but not enough to play Yedo or Castles of Burgundy. We've really been enjoying this light game. It's simple and fun, and yeah, okay, it's got a lot of luck, but I don't think that completely negates the strategic element that is there. Our collection has been a little weak in the "light, fast game" department, and we really feel like this is a nice addition there.

On Deck
More Yedo and Castles of Burgundy, I'm sure. There are still a few new-to-us games that I'm eager to get to the table, though, including Village, Copycat, Trains, Guildhall (I'm hoping this one will be another "light, fast game"), and Tobago.
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19. Board Game: Endeavor [Average Rating:7.43 Overall Rank:232]
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Had our weekly-ish boardgame night on Saturday and there were three players.

Endeavor (2x)
We got in 2 plays of Endeavor. We hadn't played for quite a while and it was a lot of fun. I'll have to try to get it to the table more than once every couple years.

It worked well with three players but I'd like to try with more as the board would be tighter. Each game took about 45 minutes and that includes one player that's incredibly AP-prone. The first game ended at 64-53-49 while the second game was a lot closer at 53-52-51.

Smash Up (2x)
Played 2 games of Smash Up with the three of us. It's quite a fun game. Three might almost be the best number of players. Might get too busy with four. The first game was won by Zombie/Aliens, The second by Pirate/Ninjas.

To Court the King (1x)
We finished off the evening with 1 play of To Court the King. It's a nice little filler but I have horrible dice luck so I usually have no chance of winning. And this time didn't change that at all.
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20. Board Game: Dune [Average Rating:7.63 Overall Rank:246]
Nicola Gambetti
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It’s been a bad week from the point of view of gaming. I only played:

Dune - A five-player game: we stopped halfway as the game was getting too long. An alliance Emperor-Guild was very close to success though.

Love Letter - A six-player game: the guy who brought the game used some conversion to up to eight players. The regular game for four player is way better.

Egizia - A four-player game: it’s so boring and uneventful.
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21. Board Game: Dominion [Average Rating:7.65 Overall Rank:76] [Average Rating:7.65 Unranked]
Matthew Cordeiro
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I continued to teach my son to play Dominion, with my wife serving as his opponent. This weekend, we introduced harem and witch. We explained away Harem as "a group of women". He's probably the only 3-year-old that has "harem" in his vocabulary. The witch was his first experience with cursing cards, or any attack cards for that matter. It's his new favorite card, to the point where he was buying them even after the curses were gone. Why listen to reasoning when you can get another witch? My wife didn't hold back, and he was ruthlessley slaughtered in both games. He didn't seem to care.

I also played 2 games of Star Wars: Epic Duels with my son. We can no longer play this as the last game before nap/bed time. He figured out that if he runs away from the fight and doesn't attack, he can squeeze out a few more minutes before he has to go to bed.
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22. Board Game: Francis Drake [Average Rating:7.46 Overall Rank:372]
Evan Dunn
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This weekend we played:

Francis Drake


This was a really fun game. We played 5 players. The premise is you have a Glen Moore esque row of tiles at the top of the board. As in Glen, you place your token on the spot you want, but you can never take something behind the furthest token you've placed. In this case, unlike glen each spot only produces temporary resources you get for that one of the three game rounds. Then, players who took the spots that correspond to two special roles get to place the encounter tiles, which are face down modifiers to the strength of the spots players will attack. ('Dance Commander' gets to place soldiers, and 'Captain Crunch' gets to place the boats) Then in the order you finished collecting resources, (first done, last to place) you place numbered disks on the places you want to try to get to. The number on the disk represents the order in which you visit the places. Each place has a cost associated with it, so you spend the resources you collected in each spot, and then at the end of the round, there are extra points for succeeding at three of the four types of places. There are also bonus points for the first player to beat each spot and for sets of trade goods collected. VERY interesting and fun game.

We did one major thing incorrectly however. At the top of the board there are those action tiles that produce your resources. The game comes with three sets of those, in addition to the ones printed on the board. In the back of the rulebook it said that for our first play, we should not use the extra tiles. What I missed was that in the beginning of the rulebook is explains that each set of tiles is fora different number of players, so we had an unnecessarily resource starved first round.

Since I kickstarted it, it came with two expansions we didn't try. Francis Drake: Spain's Revenge Expansion, which is just a set of harder encounter tiles, and Francis Drake: Montezuma's Legacy Expansion which changes the base strength of the enemy boat spots a little and makes the furthest away boat spot worth one more point than it is now. I don't feel either of these is super interesting. It feels like they just wanted to have stretch goals for the sake of stretch goals.

The other game we played was Key Harvest


I decided to pick this up, because I enjoyed Keyflowerso much, and of the key games, this is the only other affordable one. I'm not sure why the other key games aren't being reprinted if they are good games, but whatever.
What I wanted was a farming game that scratched the Agricola itch, but without that family growth stuff. I didn't get that, but I did get a pretty interesting tile laying game.

The "key" (ugh shoot me) aspect of this game is you have a board with a grid of lettered and numbered spaces. New tiles get placed in the central communal board, and with one of the two actions players get, they may take two of those tiles and place them in their store. When they do so, they take some resources they had on hand, and they place some next to each tile as a bid. Then, another player can decide to pay that person those resources matching the numbers and colors, to take that tile from them as put it in their farm. The player who was paid then takes their bid back, and has more resources for the future, where the player who took the tile may have gotten an important one since every player's board has the same grid and every tile is unique. The general idea is to have two contiguous fields of equal size for the maximum endgame points. The game ends 2 turns after the 10th event has been randomly drawn. All in all a pretty fun game, but it does get chaotic when you take it to it's maximum of 4 players. We played twice, once with 2 and once with 4.
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23. Board Game: Sid Meier's Civilization: The Board Game [Average Rating:7.46 Overall Rank:198]
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Excellent Two player game of this 4x Civ.

Also I got to play.......



Dusted off this classic. I don't play Contract Bridge, but I love this game.
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24. Board Game: Forbidden Desert [Average Rating:7.20 Overall Rank:300]
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I played this twice 2-player. It seemed tough to beat (which I think is good in a co-op game). It had more to it and more difficulty than Forbidden Island. This one departs more from the Pandemic model, so it felt more new and interesting than Forbidden Island.
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25. Board Game: Francis Drake [Average Rating:7.46 Overall Rank:372]
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I also tried this for the first time with four players. Great game! There is a part to it that requires you to try to outguess other opponents' plays, which may turn some people off, but for me, it made it tense and fun. Not too hard to learn either. I'm glad to add it to my collection (with one caveat: the box is gigantic!).
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