My Top 15 Most Elegant Games
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An online definition of elegant - as it relates to design - is "pleasantly ingenious and simple" - which I think is a great definition.

Inspired by Rahdo (below) and his recent video on Top 10 Elegant Games (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oNNGZeTxi7E) I've decided to compile a Top 10 list of the games I've played that I would consider to be 'Elegant'.

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The following games are ones I believe have simple rulesets and a low-barrier to entry while still providing a rich and enjoyable gaming experience with depth and replayability. I tried to include a mix of games on the list - from 2 player games to strategy games to party games.


This list only includes games I've PLAYED and currently really ENJOY. So while a game may be very elegant, if I haven't played it, or don't particularly enjoy it - it won't be on this list.

I challenge other geeks to create their Top 'Elegant' games lists - I'd be interested in hearing what other geeks consider simple yet satisfying!

Thanks for checking out the list.
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1. Board Game: BANG! The Dice Game [Average Rating:6.94 Overall Rank:621]
Board Game: BANG! The Dice Game
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#15 Bang! The Dice Game

Kicking the list off is a nice little push-your-luck, dice game with a good theme. Bang! keeps the decision space very simple for players so that turns are quick and tense - while still being rife with opportunities to give your neighbor a little 'take-that'. I find that the simplicity of the rule set and quick playtime really gets this to the table as a kick-off or close-out for an evening as it can be taught quickly and is interesting to both casual gamers and friends that game with me all the time.

From an "elegance" perspective its at the bottom of this list because the 'depth' of gameplay is pretty shallow compared to the others below.
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2. Board Game: Tsuro [Average Rating:6.67 Overall Rank:985]
Board Game: Tsuro
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#14 Tsuro

Tsuro is a gateway game - like some others on this list - and gateway games tend to be "elegant" creations because they want new players to be able to access the game easily and be impressed by the decision space - to keep them coming back.

Tsuro is great because it presents the player with a small decision space that has ramifications for future actions. The random tile draw can sometimes limit the real "depth" of strategy that can be developed - but it's the same for all players, so it's really about making the best of your current situation and ensuring you hinder your friends at the same time. Simple and tactical. Enjoyable by anyone.
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3. Board Game: Dominion [Average Rating:7.61 Overall Rank:104] [Average Rating:7.61 Unranked]
Board Game: Dominion
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#13 Dominion

Dominion is elegant because the idea of building a deck in the "purest" sense starts from a very simple set of actions that (directly due to your choices) builds upon itself turn-after-turn providing the player with a growing space of decision and evolving actions. Furthermore, the depth of this elegance is most evident game-to-game as the cards available for building your deck change and the evolution of your actions also changes. With the plethora of expansions available for Dominion - this one could be seen as the quintessential game of an ever evolving decision space built upon very simple actions.

Good depth - simple actions - very much an elegant game.
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4. Board Game: Bohnanza [Average Rating:7.04 Overall Rank:473]
Board Game: Bohnanza
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#12 Bohnanza

Bohnanza is one of the few games in my collection that uses negotiation as a central mechanism - and one that pulls it off in such a way that keeps everyone engaged - whether they are the type of people that are ravenous negotiators, or if they prefer to skirt the outside of discussions and only get involved when absolutely necessary. The elegance in this game is in how the system is built to encourage players to help themselves by also helping others. The key is in limiting how much you help others through your trades/negotiation and maximizing your ability to help yourself. It's simple and interesting every time I play it. Not to mention the other actions are snappy and again, don't leave everyone around the table just watching the player taking their turn - they are involved and they care about each turn.
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5. Board Game: Letter Tycoon [Average Rating:6.81 Overall Rank:2273]
Board Game: Letter Tycoon
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#11 Letter Tycoon

A word game throws the door open for each player saying - go ahead, make a word with not only the letters in your hand, but the letters available in the middle of the table. It makes even the least talented word-smith (like myself) feel confident and feel like I can access the game. Furthermore, it adds some depth by having 'patents' for each letter that players can buy when they spell a word with that letter. This results in other players around the table having to pay the owner of the patent each time they use that letter. A simple addition that adds some nice interaction and thoughtfulness to the 'word game' genre.
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6. Board Game: Ekö [Average Rating:6.87 Overall Rank:2787]
Board Game: Ekö
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#10 Eko

Eko is an abstract game. One would think that this list should be full of abstract games - simple in their ruleset and deep in their decisions. In an effort to keep the list interesting - I strayed from this - but I couldn't help but include a few abstract games on the list. Eko is a beautiful rendition of 'checkers' (kind of?) that permits 2 to 4 players to face off in a pseudo area-control, 'checkers-style' pawn movement game that ends when either a set number of areas are controlled or pawns removed from the board. As with most abstracts, the actions available per turn are limited but the decision space on the board is so tightly woven with your opponent that it is always interesting and always tense. Highly recommended.
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7. Board Game: Lost Cities [Average Rating:7.19 Overall Rank:328]
Board Game: Lost Cities
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#9 Lost Cities

The 2 player game on this list. Full of agonizing decisions, and demanding patience, risk-tolerance (and evaluation) and a read on the pace of the game. Again - simple rules that can be played quickly and picked-up by anyone. There are some complex strategy games that don't induce in me the agony of decision that Lost Cities can, and at multiple times throughout the game. It's a really fun game that hasn't lost it's luster - even after a number of games.
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8. Board Game: Libertalia [Average Rating:7.15 Overall Rank:460]
Board Game: Libertalia
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#8 Libertalia

Libertalia is one of my earliest board game acquisitions and it holds a special place in my heart as I still love it a number of years later. It's elegance comes from the fact that all players start with the exact same hand of cards and the game is really a puzzle to figure out how most effectively to use your cards against the same cards of your opponent. What order should they be played in to maximize their point gathering potential - and sure there is more to it, but at it's heart it's very simple and yet because of the number of cards and the varied combinations the game is always different and always presents a new logistical challenge. Highly elegant and refined in my book.
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9. Board Game: El Grande [Average Rating:7.75 Overall Rank:83]
Board Game: El Grande
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#7 El Grande

The Grand-daddy of area control. I believe the reason El Grande has had the staying power it has in the area-control sphere of board games is that the ruleset is easy and understandable. It doesn't muddle the waters with complex theme "exceptions" or "in this cases" - it is a pure extraction of what makes area-control games great. El Grande forces players to balance their control and watch their opponents closely - again (similar to others in this list) forcing the player to 'play' against their friends, which is where the replayability and depth really comes from.
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10. Board Game: Ra [Average Rating:7.48 Overall Rank:190]
Board Game: Ra
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#6 Ra

The infamous auction game is undeniably elegant. On your turn you have 2 simple choices - one of which is just to pull a tile from a bag, the other to choose to initiate an auction. Auctions are simple - yet deceptively complex. Knowing when to use your high value vs low value sun-tiles, knowing when to invoke 'Ra' and when to just be patient. It's nuanced and interesting every time I play. One of the best things about Ra is that the experience changes depending on the people you're playing with and how they approach the auction mechanic. The only thing holding it back from being higher on this list is that I perhaps don't enjoy it quite as much as the games below it - but that probably depends upon the night and who I'm gaming with. Absolute modern classic.
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11. Board Game: Barony [Average Rating:7.09 Overall Rank:1222]
Board Game: Barony
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#5 Barony

Barony is another semi-abstract area control game that gives players 6 simple actions that they can choose 1 from each turn. This explodes in a cut-throat game of manuevering and blocking on a large hexagonal max - all based in those 6 simple actions. The interaction and smart decisions of your opponents really push the tension in the game and stretch players to look for ways of scraping out just a few points more. The simple ruleset makes it so easy to get to the table and the clear breadth of available strategy always sucks players in and has them invested from start to end.
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12. Board Game: Quantum [Average Rating:7.27 Overall Rank:534]
Board Game: Quantum
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#4 Quantum

Hard to make a list of elegant games without a few abstracts? Quantum is a abstract game with a lot of theme - so much so, you might forget it's an abstract. You're flying a fleet of ships (dice) of varying size and speed (pips on dice) and your goal is to surround planets on the board with a certain number of 'pips' in order to place your Quantum Cube on the planet. Why? To RULE THE UNIVERSE of course... Seriously though - it's a simple game that works because a number of interconnected pieces are so intuitive and easy to implement that it makes the game a breeze. It's another elegant title that allows your friends to really make your life a challenge - and you theirs. You are really interacting with your friends and are engaged in a 'very smart' space battle. The board is modular and can be set up in an infinite number of different ways - just adding more depth to an already interesting, and yet simple, game.
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13. Board Game: Gold West [Average Rating:7.35 Overall Rank:848]
Board Game: Gold West
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#3 Gold West

Every time I introduce people to Gold West they are really impressed with the depth of decisions available to them, while having a ruleset that is incredibly accessible. The depth comes from the ingenious combination of area control, resource management and a mancala mechanism. These three pieces of the game blend so seamlessly that you forget that they are quite complex and really drive a lot of thinking. Gold West succeeds in taking a complex euro game, and distilling it down such that the players can focus on the decisions they need to make, rather than remembering the 'steps' and 'actions' on their turn. Definitely a triumph of game design that should be more appreciated (imho).
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14. Board Game: Kingdom Builder [Average Rating:6.96 Overall Rank:582]
Board Game: Kingdom Builder
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#2 Kingdom Builder

When I saw Rahdo's youtube video on elegant games, Kingdom Builder was the game that came to mind right away. I can't think of a game that has a simpler turn for a player - turn over a card, and place a house on a terrain type shown on the card. It seems simple, restrictive even. But from that really basic action comes the demand to make smart decisions from the start of the game to the end of the game. Toss in the extra action tiles and you have the ability to execute some really creative maneuvers to earning yourself points. It's a game that rewards forward planning and deliberate, calculated actions. Love it and expect it will have a place in my collection for a long time.
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15. Board Game: Railways of the World [Average Rating:7.69 Overall Rank:148] [Average Rating:7.69 Unranked]
Board Game: Railways of the World
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#1 Railways of the World

A lite economic game that sees players balancing their funds while building railroads across many different world maps (Mexico, Europe, Americas, etc.). The game looks absolutely great and plays with such a fluidity that it really is a game you feel like you can bring to the table at anytime - whether you're looking for a thinky-game or just something you can go through the motions and enjoy yourself. Similar to previous games, the game offers a few distinct actions on your turn, from which you can choose one - but from this a sprawling network of railways grows. The engines criss-crossing and giving players a multitude of choices - Railways of the World is really a blank canvas that each player can paint in their own way. The depth in this game is deceptive because not only is it about balancing your loans vs. income - its mainly about getting your railway system (engine) running at it's peak efficiency at the right time in the game, both in relation to your opponents and in relation to when the game is going to end. Definitely one of my favorite games, mainly because it is simple and yet still provides such a rich experience with each play.
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