My "Top 10" List of Board Gaming
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For background purposes, I am a quasi-older guy who only discovered modern board games in 2013. This discovery was brought about by a 2013 RAGBRAI event that I did with my parents and 2 of my siblings. One night, we were all waxing sentimentally about the games we played as children in a small rural town of southern Illinois. Favorites were Stratego, Clue, Mastermind, Cribbage, Othello, and others.

After reflecting upon how fun playing games with each other was, my gf and I decided to order a few in order to take a break from digital and video entertainment. The old games we bought were ok, but in the process of seeking them out online, I kept seeing references to games I had never heard of - Power Grid, Agricola, Twilight Struggle, and 7 Wonders to name a few. That led me to BGG, and we soon dove headfirst into the deep waters of modern board games.

I always enjoy perusing everyone's Top 10, 20, or 100 Lists. I thought about putting together one of my own, but instead decided to do something different.

There are so many aspects I like about this hobby, and to limit them to just the games alone seemed incomplete. So I put together a lot of things I could think of that I not only enjoy about games, but the BGG site as well.

Please feel free to comment, disagree, or offer additional suggestions as you wish.
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1. Board Game: The Game [Average Rating:6.71 Overall Rank:975]
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I really can't identify with certainty what my favorite game is. On any given day, that answer can change. There are games with topics or themes that resonate with me, some that have resulted in really fun and memorable gaming moments, and others that are just so good that playing them is always enjoyable. In alphabetical order, these are my current favorites:

Concordia - This game is one of my favorite euros. The deck building and hand management is good enough on its own, but tying that in with the interesting scoring and area control make it one of the best, and most streamlined, games we own. It helps that the rules are relatively simple.

Dominant Species - Wish I could play this more but, sadly, my gaming partner is not the biggest fan. Essentially a war game with a more interesting theme (to me), the swingy, unpredictable nature of the game flow doesn't bother me. It is a brilliant design with a near perfect blend of unique area control and worker placement.

Eclipse - From the first time I played this, I was hooked with how elegant this game plays. I love exploration as a mechanic in games, and this game provides ample opportunity for exploring with the hex tiles. The combat has been criticized as being a bit wonky or anticlimactic, but I wasn't put off by it at all. I did not jump on the KS for the new version and wonder how it addresses this.

Flamme Rouge - Perhaps my favorite racing game, but there are others we like as well (Snow Tails). It's an elegant design and fun to play, but I think it's the cycling theme that drew me in from the start.

Le Havre - There are many Uwe Rosenberg games we own, and it's always difficult for me to pick which one we like best. Agricola for its agonizing stress, Caverna for its sandboxy forgiveness and cute as buttons animal and veggie-meeples, Merkator for its euro-y cube-pushing goodness, or this one. In the end, Le Havre provides an experience in which even your second best worker placement space is still usually good, so it never feels mean. And it's always enjoyable to start small and finish big.

Letters from Whitechapel - Not universally chosen as a contender on most people's Top (#) lists, it has nonetheless provided many memorable gaming experiences and has been successful with my non-gaming family as well. It provides lots of tension and anxiety (primarily for the Jack player) and evokes more conversation, discussion, and debate than most other games I own.

Merchants & Marauders - My favorite pirate game by far, and one of the funnest games to play. We play with the Merchants & Marauders: Seas of Glory expansion and usually with some of the variants, including an unofficial one that keeps players from solely going the merchant route or only failing miserably as a pirate. It was also one of the first games we purchased!

Railways of the World - We like train games and have played many. But this has consistently been our favorite. We love route building, and the economic engine this game provides is really fun. The variety of maps is a plus as we're always looking to improve the 2p experience.

Robinson Crusoe: Adventures on the Cursed Island - This might be our favorite co-op game. The designer doesn't have the best track record with rule books, but if you can get past that, it's an immersive experience with a plethora of scenarios. We have yet to break into either of the expansions, but their time will come.

The 7th Continent - Of all the games we own, this one came out of left field in that the hours of play time we invested in this game seemed like nothing at all. The decision making, planning, and expanding world captivated us, and it is neck and neck with Robinson Crusoe for my favorite co-op.

Vinhos Deluxe Edition - Vinhos was also one of the first big games we bought, and it was so worth it. Vital Lacerda has designed some of our favorites, and this one is at the top of our list. We own the deluxe edition and have played it, but I still don't know which version I like best. The action selection mechanism is just about perfect, and building our own vineyards and wineries is so satisfying. It always ends with us wishing we had 2-3 more turns.
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2. Board Game: Mechanic Mac [Average Rating:4.00 Unranked]
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Sometimes we'll lean toward a certain game based on what type it is or what mechanic is employed. More often than not, it's a combination of mechanics in games, but there is usually one that overrides the others and, for each game mechanic, I provide a few of our favorites in that category:

Tile Placement - Tile laying is so satisfying because you are "building" something, there is that sense of starting small and creating something larger and more complex, and there is always an optimal way of laying tiles that is just the right kind of brain-burning for us.
Carcassonne: The Castle
Isle of Skye: From Chieftain to King
Expedition: Northwest Passage
Habitats
Kingdomino

Worker Placement - Since we generally tend to prefer euro games, it's no surprise that worker placement is a staple in many of the games we own.
Caverna: The Cave Farmers
Tzolk'in: The Mayan Calendar
Le Havre
Dominant Species
Vinhos

Hand Management/Deck, Bag, and Pool Building - I kinda like to combine these, and there are SO many games I could list here, including Concordia or Rococo. But this is one of our favorites and will likely continue to be for some time.
Brass: Lancashire
Great Western Trail
Wingspan
Trains
Lewis & Clark

Auction/Bidding - Personally, I love this mechanic, but it's always tricky to get it to work well for 2p games. Here are just a few that we really, really enjoy.
Power Grid
Biblios
Ra
Medici
Peloponnes

Rondel - I don't know what it is about games that feature a rondel, but I always find myself liking them. It results in almost continuous interesting decisions, and we have several good ones in our collection.
Navegador
Seeland
Finca
Shipyard
Glen More

Cooperative Game - Again, co-op games see the table quite regularly, and I was surprised at how many we own.
The 7th Continent
Robinson Crusoe: Adventures on the Cursed Island
Pandemic
Freedom: The Underground Railroad
Ghost Stories

Race - Racing games don't get played often, but there are times when we just feel like it and in the end, we enjoy the experience. We're not big on racing games featuring cars, which isn't to say we don't like them - we just usually look for something a bit different.
Flamme Rouge
Snow Tails
Jamaica
Leader 1: Hell of the North

Hidden Movement - These have been some of the more memorable gaming experiences, and I like to play as either the chaser or the chasee...makes no difference.
Letters from Whitechapel
Fury of Dracula (Third/Fourth Edition)
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3. Board Game: Design Town [Average Rating:5.99 Unranked] [Average Rating:5.99 Unranked]
Board Game: Design Town
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In addition to specific games and mechanics, we definitely have our favorite designers. When they design something new, it's always something we'll investigate. We're not completionists, so we don't feel the need or urge to own everything he or she creates, but it's fun seeing how their games evolve, change, and even improve with time. These are our tops currently (in no particular order) and some favorite games from each:

Uwe Rosenberg - We generally love most of Uwe's games. Even Bohnanza, which I haven't mentioned here or elsewhere, is one we really like to play with the family. Notable misses are A Feast for Odin (just too many moving parts), Reykholt (seemed a bit too light) and a couple of his tetris tile layers.
Caverna: The Cave Farmers
Le Havre
Merkator

Wolfgang Kramer/Michael Kiesling - These guys can almost do no wrong. Omissions are Mexica, Java, and Adventure Land. But we also own several other titles in which only one of the two is listed as the designer.
Nauticus
Tikal
The Palaces of Carrara

Vital Lacerda - We love the Vital Lacerda games we own. But for some reason, Lisboa didn't click for me because there seemed to be too much going on, and On Mars was a theme I was growing weary of. I'm sure they're excellent games, just not for us.
Vinhos Deluxe Edition
Kanban: Driver's Edition
The Gallerist

Alexander Pfister - Not sure if we'll get on the Maracaibo train as Great Western Trail does a similar thing for us, but we always have our radar up when a new release of his comes out.
Great Western Trail
Isle of Skye: From Chieftain to King
Oh My Goods!

Reiner Knizia - We have a few of Knizia's titles, but I don't think I need to seek out any additional. Modern Art might be the exception. But the games we do own will always stay in our collection.
Carcassonne: The Castle
Lost Cities
Priests of Ra

Martin Wallace - Considering how many games Martin Wallace has designed, I guess we only own a select few (3 or 4). But those few games are among my favorites.
Railways of the World
Brass: Lancashire
London (Second Edition)

Mac Gerdts - Again, we only own 3 of his games, but they are all great, and we look forward to future designs - and more rondels, please! The main titles not in our collection are Hamburgum, Imperial, and Antike, but I haven't heard a compelling reason to own them as well as those listed below...and don't simply say "cuz they're better", please elaborate!
Concordia
Navegador
Transatlantic
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4. Board Game: Abstracts [Average Rating:6.34 Unranked]
Board Game: Abstracts
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I am not a huge abstract fan, but I do enjoy them once in a while. Of the newer modern abstracts, there are a select few that we own and occasionally play. To wit,

Hive - It's really the bugs and bakelite that make this an enjoyable one for me. I taught it to my Dad who liked it, but this definitely needs more plays.

Santorini - We enjoyed this little abstract, especially with the Gods cards. And it's such a pretty game on the table.

Chess - As chess was played and taught to me by my father, I really enjoy being able to continue playing this with him as he approaches the ripe old age of 80. I actually still enjoy playing quite a bit (I really wish someone could teach me Go, as the various rules I've seen online seem different from each other and therefore leaves us a bit confused).

Through the Desert - This was a recent acquisition that we really had fun with, and we'll definitely be keeping it and playing it more down the road. Not sure if this really qualifies as a true abstract but, what the hell, I'll leave it here anyway.
 
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5. Board Game: Crokinole [Average Rating:7.84 Overall Rank:69]
Board Game: Crokinole
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This may be our only dexterity game that we own (we have KLASK, but not sure this counts). I've seen PitchCar, Catacombs, Flick 'Em Up, and IceCool - but I'm not sure if they would be successful since they just seem to be a step down from Crokinole. It's easy to teach with almost zero setup time, and the games are fiercely competitive and always fun.
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6. Board Game: Cribbage [Average Rating:7.04 Overall Rank:613] [Average Rating:7.04 Unranked]
Board Game: Cribbage
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Growing up, we played lots of card games. And later on in life, I learned Hearts, Spades, Euchre, Spite & Malice, and the various iterations of Poker. But Cribbage was the mainstay. I learned it from my father, who played it in college. And then I taught the game to several (~8 or so) friends in college who all lived in the same dorm and on the same floor. At one point, there were 3 different cribbage boards being played at any given time, and we played 2p, 3p, 4p, and 4p teams. We played a penny per point (nickel/point behind the skunk line and a dime/point behind the double skunk), and we all kept track of our winnings and losings to everyone else. In the 3 years I was there, I usually netted about $15-20 at the end of each school year. I'd estimate I played roughly 3000 games in those years, and I've played countless times since. It doesn't get played as regularly with the cards and the actual board, but it is easily a sentimental favorite of mine.
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7. Board Game: The Others [Average Rating:7.42 Overall Rank:668]
Board Game: The Others
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So this is a list of games that we own but have yet to play. A few I've had for a while but just haven't gotten around to playing them and a couple are new - we're looking forward to playing all of them soon!

Goa
Mississippi Queen
Race for the Galaxy
Escape from Colditz Castle
Brass: Birmingham
Carcassonne: South Seas
Treasure Island
Whitehall Mystery
Neanderthal
Coloma: Deluxe Edition
Glen More II: Chronicles
The Quest for El Dorado
HomeStretch
 
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8. Board Game: Peer Review [Average Rating:6.00 Unranked]
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Our enjoyment of board games wouldn't be where it is had it not been for the contributions of several reviewers here on BGG. They have helped to shape and refine my preferences in games - and not all recommendations were winners as many of these I came to realize were just not for me and Kathy. But these misses in no way diminish how fortunate we all are to have our favorite reviewers to make it easier to parse through the thousands of games that inundate us every year. My hats off not only to the reviewers I list here, but to all who sacrifice their time and energy for our benefit as well. And this not only includes reviewers, but those who do play throughs of games as well - it's so useful to see the game played and, combined with the many reviews and analyses out there, it really helps us to pick out the new games that are likely to be a hit.

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9. Board Game: Gamer's Dozen [Average Rating:0.00 Unranked]
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10. Board Game: BGG: The Board Game [Average Rating:6.75 Unranked]
Board Game: BGG: The Board Game
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Of course it kinda goes without saying that those behind the scenes of BGG deserve thanks for providing an online presence for all of us to share and contribute. It's because of their hard work and dedication to this hobby that we are even here to participate. So thank you to all who are associated with the Board Game Geek brand and this site.
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