My Top 25 Games of 2017
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1. Board Game: Outside the Scope of BGG [Average Rating:6.75 Overall Rank:2541]
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2. Board Game: The Quest for El Dorado [Average Rating:7.56 Overall Rank:432]
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Clearly a thoughtful design and a smart integration of deck-building and race game mechanisms. This deckbuilding race game has held up better than I first expected over the course of the year. It's approachable, yet the decisions that you make matter. I'm very much looking forward to the announced expansion and I especially hope it adds ways to boost the difficulty.
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3. Board Game: Whistle Stop [Average Rating:7.28 Overall Rank:1061]
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Nothing particularly new here, but the mix of various mechanisms breathes some new life into the train game genre. Deciding upon a tempo of play seems to be one of your big decisions, as it determines how much control you're willing to give over to your opponents.
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4. Board Game: Rajas of the Ganges [Average Rating:7.71 Overall Rank:420]
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The best thing about this worker placement race game is how smoothly it plays. All of the actions are simple enough that players are able to move quickly during their turns, yet there's still the potential to make what feels like a big move. The element of dice luck is significant, but the board is littered with options, so there's usually a viable plan B.
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5. Board Game: Voodoo Prince [Average Rating:6.82 Overall Rank:5044]
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This counterintuitive trick-taker still paradoxically plays and feels like a classic card game. I'm quite awful at it, but I'm intrigued by it all the same.
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6. Board Game: Altiplano [Average Rating:7.62 Overall Rank:668]
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A mixed bag (har har). Stripped down in comparison to Orleans, in that it's both less thematic and less likely to generate big combos or exciting turns. The event tiles in Orleans are one thing that's sorely missed here, and the "map" play is not very compelling at all. There's very little direct interaction or outside interference to mess with your plans (even the changed bag shuffling rules even out the luck of the draw), which makes this senseless as a game for more than 3 players.

... and yet, I found it a fun little puzzle. Many people complain that this feels too long, but I appreciated that it's the rare engine builder where you can fully exploit the engine that you've designed (to the point where you're likely to run out of available resources if you aggressively collect a type). The asymmetric setups are a huge plus as well, presenting you with a scenario that you must scheme your way out of from the start.
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7. Board Game: Otys [Average Rating:7.16 Overall Rank:1667]
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A competitive programming puzzle at its core, yet there are elements of interaction and speed that make this more exciting that it might appear at first blush. Presents interesting choices (e.g. should I pause to upgrade?) that threaten to derail your finely tuned machine.
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8. Board Game: Clans of Caledonia [Average Rating:8.17 Overall Rank:61]
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Terra Mystica similarities are present, but this seems like a more straightforward design overall. It presents a great mix of mechanisms. My only real concerns are the relatively low amount of interaction and the extent to which your special Clan power might dictate your strategy. They are so powerful that you'd be stupid not to abuse them!
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9. Board Game: Iquazú [Average Rating:6.82 Overall Rank:5252]
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Hilariously overproduced area majority game that doesn't do anything particularly new yet flows quite well. The ersatz Avatar theme is silly, but the board itself is pretty and amusingly unnecessary... It's 2017's Niagara. This seems quite solid for what it is... a game that awards players' skill level yet still can work well for families.
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10. Board Game: Valletta [Average Rating:7.05 Overall Rank:1945]
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A unique take on deckbuilding that focuses more on strategic options than most in the genre, both in terms of engine building and considering territory control. Setup is a minor pain, and I hope there's an expansion in the works, but overall this feels like a fresh entry in a genre that's grown somewhat stale.
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11. Board Game: Istanbul: The Dice Game [Average Rating:7.23 Overall Rank:1624]
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Removes the spatial puzzle of the original, focusing instead on the race aspect, waged on multiple fronts. The bazaar tiles seemingly have increased importance here, allowing players to build an engine as they play, yet more than one or two don't seem to be necessary to succeed. Decidedly different in feel than its big brother, yet a surprising amount has made the transition to the dice format.
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12. Board Game: Yamataï [Average Rating:7.32 Overall Rank:560]
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Probably better at 2p than Five Tribes. Focusing largely on building and focusing largely on collecting special powers both seem like reasonable paths to victory.

The graphic design is a pretty, but bit busy... to the point where it slightly gets in the way of gameplay. Much of my "AP" time playing this was simply trying to take in the color patterns on the board... Heaven forbid someone bumps the board!
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13. Board Game: Pioneers [Average Rating:7.14 Overall Rank:2590]
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A nice, medium-weight route building Euro with a high degree of player interaction. There's a very good ratio of rules to tactics here... I'm not sure how many different paths to victory there are, and it plays very differently at 2 vs. 4, but I'm eager to dig in more.
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14. Board Game: Yangtze [Average Rating:6.68 Overall Rank:6242]
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A great mix of economics, press-your-luck, and majority scoring. Highly interactive, because of the way the market works, and filled with both tension (as tiles are drawn from the bag) and scarcity (as you try to avoid taking loans). The random nature of the tile draws ensures that the game doesn't get too computationally heavy and the overall ruleset is slender enough that this could be considered a family weight game as easily as a gamers' game.
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15. Board Game: Gentes [Average Rating:7.69 Overall Rank:1357]
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Well-developed and streamlined civilization building game that doesn't outstay its welcome. I suspect that it might be too dry for some, but I really appreciated the elegance of this design and found many tough decisions to be made in my plays.
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16. Board Game: Lorenzo il Magnifico [Average Rating:7.84 Overall Rank:171]
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Very much a standard contract fulfillment Euro, but done well enough that I don't mind that I've been down this road many times. The hard-to-achieve special player powers are a great addition to the game, and I look forward to seeing what level of variability the new expansion adds.
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17. Board Game: Merlin [Average Rating:7.16 Overall Rank:1147]
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I like this more with each play. While it bears some similarities to Burgundy, Delphi and Trajan, it's probably lighter than any of them. It looks incredibly complicated on the table, but in practice it's a point salad roll and move game where one has to make the best of their myriad options. It's pleasant to play because there are very few "bad" moves... and even the typical Feldian invaders aren't that terrible if left to ransack your castle... The two included expansions (the special powers and the building bonuses), actually improve the game, adding to dice manipulation possibilities.
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18. Board Game: Riverboat [Average Rating:7.57 Overall Rank:1550]
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While you're still competing for majority bonuses on multiple fronts, this feels less like a Kiesling game than a Feld game at times, since it has so many mashed together mechanics. Still, the mix is enjoyable enough, with the round tiles cleanly laying out the flow of the game. Something this convoluted shouldn't feel so effortless.
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19. Board Game: Pixie Queen [Average Rating:7.51 Overall Rank:1882]
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A pleasant surprise... Extremely interactive and surprisingly fun worker placement. I am not a huge fan of the genre, but this one seems tighter than most of its kind. The incessant punishment isn't demoralizing, since everyone's roughly in the same boat.
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20. Board Game: Chickwood Forest [Average Rating:7.11 Overall Rank:6625]
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This fun family card game plays almost like a gamers' version of Coloretto, with strong bluffing elements. The scoring offers a lot of opportunities for angst and schadenfreude.
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21. Board Game: Déjà Vu [Average Rating:6.66 Overall Rank:3896]
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One of the very best light speed/memory games of its type. It gives players a simple task and then hilarity ensues as mistakes are made. The scoring mechanism (0 points for a round if a single mistake is made) retains tension over the three rounds, as does the way your mind plays tricks on you, making you think that the items you saw two rounds ago were something you've just seen. The similarities between the various shapes are downright devious. Very fun for what it is.
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22. Board Game: Nusfjord [Average Rating:7.53 Overall Rank:1066]
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People are making comparisons between this and Glass Road, but I suspect that's mostly due to the playtime. In practice, it feels more like a multiplayer version of the 2p Caverna/Agricola spinoffs. Players manage a few resources (three in this case), in hopes of scaling production enough to build late-game VP generating buildings. The fish mechanism is tied to a stock market so players need to weigh production versus mandatory costs and there are several possible ways to manage the wood-producing forests. In all, the game feels very interactive and streamlined when compared to the other multiplayer Rosenberg worker placement titles.
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23. Board Game: Railroad Revolution [Average Rating:7.46 Overall Rank:669]
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This low-interaction action selection train game has had surprising shelf life. Although the paths to victory are firmly defined, it rewards multiple plays. Definitely use the Western Union variant found here: https://boardgamegeek.com/thread/1736712/officialdesigner-ap...
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24. Board Game: Bärenpark [Average Rating:7.41 Overall Rank:388]
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A great family game that improves over similar efforts (e.g. Cottage Garden) by stressing the both competition and forward planning. Easy to teach and light without feeling simple.
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25. Board Game: Heaven & Ale [Average Rating:7.68 Overall Rank:577]
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Very strong game that takes a Tokaido-style action selection mechanism to an extreme, resulting in a game filled with tight decisions. Here, like in Tokaido, you're getting something at almost every spot, but the more spaces you get the better the thing you're likely getting. Complicating matters is a tight economy. Money's hard to come by and you can't stop on a space (and can't keep it from your opponents) if you can't execute it. Really just a stellar, streamlined mid-weight Euro.
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