Geek Madness - The Compact version
- John BandettiniUnited Kingdom
LondonOhh that tickles
So it’s March again, time for March madness and it’s board game equivalent Geek madness.Recommend
For the two or three of you out there not familiar with Geek madness, it’s where a whole load of games face off against each other and people vote (a lot) on which game they prefer. It goes through a number of rounds and the last game standing is considered this year’s favourite game on BGG.
The problem for the lazy or more casual voter is that it goes through a lot of rounds, with possible replays and can take most of the month to be resolved. For those that are really into it, it can be a lot of fun. But for the rest of us, who are lazy b*#tards and can’t be arsed with all that voting, but would still like to be involved I offer you the compact version.
As most of us know the competition really comes down to the final four. These are the four most glorious games in existence, any of which would be a fine and worthy champion. So for those of you that find the whole Geek Madness a bit too much I am going to start and finish with the final four.
So how did I select the final four? Well I spent nearly thirty minutes on extensive research, reading reviews, checking ratings, reading comments and generally getting a feel for what were the very best games on the planet.
It is of course a complete coincidence that the four games I ended up with were also the top four games in my personal top ten list.
So all I want you to do is vote in four polls where the games face each other. I will then total the votes and the game with the most votes will be the compact Geek madness champion and the greatest game on the face of the planet.
- [+] Dice rolls