Six months of gaming
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It is now six months since I started keeping track of my games played, and it has been six months filled with lots of gaming, mainly two-player games with my wonderful and lovely wife, but some gaming with larger groups as well.

In those six months, 71 different games were played, and a total of 357 games were played - so that averages about two per day. March was the month with the most games played - 113 plays in March - though lots of these were shorter two-player games (Lost Cities and Blue Moon together make up 54 of March's play, so almost half of them).

As is clear from this list, Knizia is one of my favourite designers - he has 6 games among my 16 most played, while no other designer managed to have more than one game among the top 16 (which is the ones with 5 or more plays). In fact, Knizia games make up for over a third of my games played (134 out of 357, if I am not miscounting).

Also clear from looking back over the stats per month is a tendency for new games to get played a lot, then gradually decline as newer games take up my gaming time - in some cases (e.g. Rommel in the Desert), I really regret this pattern, as the neglected games definitely deserve to get played more often, even though unlike their competitors they may not be brand new, shiny and having just arrived in my little greedy game addict paws.

Anyhow, here is half a year of gaming - I hope to fit even more games into the next six months, and I hope to get a larger portion of my non-block wargames played (and perhaps even get enough geekgold to buy an avatar, though I somehow doubt that - I'm not that good at writing session reports, and lacking scanner / digital camera, that seems to be the main way to contribute)!
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1. Board Game: Blue Moon [Average Rating:6.73 Overall Rank:876]
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42 plays: Blue Moon - Reiner Knizia's semi-collectible card game.

This was played a lot right after I had acquired it (along with the then published people's decks) in March - 33 of the plays are from March. It hasn't come out much in the last three months - I feel that I am waiting for Fantasy Flight to release the 8th people and the second half of the extra cards, before I want to get into this again. I do enjoy the constructed deck aspect - we've split the people half to each, and then constructed decks, which worked well.
 
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2. Board Game: Lost Cities [Average Rating:7.15 Overall Rank:294]
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30 plays: Lost Cities - another Reiner Knizia card-game.

I've introduced this to several non-gamers, with great success. It's a quick and entertaining card game, though I can get annoyed at the luck aspects.
 
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3. Board Game: Wizard Kings [Average Rating:6.71 Overall Rank:1748]
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23 plays: Wizard Kings - Tom Dalgliesh's fantasy block game.

I acquired my first block games (Wizard Kings and Hammer of the Scots) at the start of the year, and Wizard Kings was a roaring success. The flexibility of it led to me soon investing in all the available maps and armies, and we have a list of home-made scenarios we play.

Due to a large influx of other blockgames in my collection lately, plays for this has gone down - but I am sure it will keep seeing regular play. Especially the shorter (about half an hour) scenario is fun for a quick distraction. And I still have to try it out on more than two players.
 
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4. Board Game: 1825 Unit 3 [Average Rating:7.55 Overall Rank:3387] [Average Rating:7.55 Unranked]
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22 plays: 1825 - Francis Tresham's introductory 18xx game.

I bought this from Leisure Games in May, and it was an immediate success - I loved the no-luck and all the planning that was required, I loved manipulating companies and building tracks and exploiting the stock market, I loved how well themed it was (after growing a bit weary of typical eurogames), and I loved how heavy it was.

It has been played a lot since then - I have acquired all the three units and all the regional extensions and extension kits, and have played various combinations of them.

My enjoyment of this game has led to me investing in other 18xx titles - but 1825 remains my favourite. The ability to move up several spots on the stock market, combined with the minors which present their own challenges, and the flexibility of different combinations of maps and extensions leads to a game that excels. The only new game I've acquired so far this year that is a clear 10 (though Rommel in the Desert is close as well).
 
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5. Board Game: Catan Card Game [Average Rating:6.76 Overall Rank:736]
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19 plays: Klaus Teuber's cardgame based on Settlers of Catan.

I've had this for several years, in German, along with the tourney set (which more or less corresponds to two of the themed expansions), but it hasn't seen much play lately. This spring though, as my wife doesn't know German, we went ahead and acquired two sets of Mayfair's edition, both basic game and expansions, and I found that the extra expansion cards added further to an already excellent game.

This is yet another game that was intensely played in the beginning - 14 plays in March - and hasn't come out much lately. That's the disadvantage of acquiring too many new games - the old ones end up not getting the playtime they deserve.
 
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6. Board Game: Ingenious [Average Rating:7.15 Overall Rank:328]
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16 plays: Ingenious - Reiner Knizia's semi-abstract game.

Ingenious is a game that is so simple - and yet works so well. The extremely simple rules hide a game that contains both strategy and tactics, and at times, surprisingly subtle such. I've mostly played on two, and it works excellent - three seems fine too, while on four players, the balance between defence and offence seems to be off. Next time it comes out on four, I'll play the partnership game instead, if I can convince people to try it, and see how that works.
 
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7. Board Game: Battle Line [Average Rating:7.42 Overall Rank:179]
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13 plays: Battle Line - Yet another Reiner Knizia card game.

The man is a genious - yet another card game with very simple rules and yet lots of depth for the short playing time. This one, I prefer to Lost Cities, as it feels a bit less random - though it also feels heavier - I tend to think more during a game of this than during Lost Cities. Both are excellent games.
 
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8. Board Game: Rommel in the Desert [Average Rating:7.52 Overall Rank:1037]
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13 plays: Craig Besinque's superb treatment of the desert war.

This is probably the most tense game I have - how thin does one dare to stretch one's supply lines? When should one attack? When should one use precious supply for a blitz? How much supply is the opponent sitting on?

It captures the uncertainty of war in a way I've never seen a hex-and-counter game do, and the distinction between the unit types feel clearer and more natural than in most hex-and-counter wargames. You don't want a mixed force to get some DRM - you want it because it's good - and you want it composed depending on what your opponent has, which varies from battle to battle.

This is the other of my new games (1825 being the first) that might deserve a 10 - but with only 13 plays, I'm not ready to give it that rating quite yet. It still needs to prove that it holds up well with time.

Rommel in the Desert sadly has not seen much play lately either - too much competition from other block games - but it is a game which I would like to see on the table more often!
 
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9. Board Game: Blokus [Average Rating:6.92 Overall Rank:518]
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12 plays: An abstract game, designed by Bernard Tavitian, with clear Tetris influences

I had been skeptic about Blokus - it sounded too tactical, and not strategical enough, and multi-player abstracts rarely work well. I am glad to say I've been proven wrong on both accounts - there is plenty of strategy in there, and not just tactics, and the four-player game works fine. I have yet to try it on three players.

Further - it's an abstract game which the wife likes - and this is an enormous plus with me, as I am quite keen on abstracts, but rarely get to play them. This is far from my favorite abstract game (that title would probably go to Othello or Dvonn) - but it's still a good and enjoyable one. Plus, it looks pretty sitting on the desk - it's one of two games that I tend to leave up as decoration when not playing them.
 
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10. Board Game: Hammer of the Scots [Average Rating:7.56 Overall Rank:299]
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11 plays: Jerry Taylor's medieval block game.

Hammer of the Scots is a game that didn't quite live up to my expectations. Not that it is a bad game - it is quite a good one - but my expectations were extemely high. Luckily, Hammer of the Scots led to me purchasing more (and more, and more) block games, and several of them have grown to be favourites of mine.

In fact, I'd rank Hammer as one of the weaker of the block games I've played - but it's still a very good game. Also, the wifey likes it, and that's always a bonus.
 
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11. Board Game: Minotaur Lords [Average Rating:5.97 Overall Rank:4426] [Average Rating:5.97 Unranked]
 
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9 plays: Reiner Knizia's other semi-collectible card game.

Scarab Lords / Minotaur Lords, I actually prefer to Blue Moon - they feel more strategic to me, while Blue Moon seems more tactical. I hope Fantasy Flight well release more games in this series - having four decks instead of two increased the replay value tremendously (... especially once Fantasy Flight made clear the errata for Minotaur Lords), and another two decks would increase it further.

I haven't played the long game of this, with swapping cards between games, as much as I would like. Also, if Fantasy Flight had used the same card backs and card material in both games, one would have been free to mix and match - I can't see why they didn't do that.
 
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12. Board Game: Antiquity [Average Rating:7.89 Overall Rank:220]
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7 plays: Jeroen Doumen's and Joris Wiersinga's game of city building.

Awesome. I love how unforgiving this game can be - it took us three games before somebody actually won it by fulfilling the winning conditions, instead of the other player losing it. Famine, pollution, lack of raw materials, lack of storage for the raw materials and food one does have, lack of space in the city - so much to deal with, and the ever increasing famine level puts a clock on the players (except the San Christofori / Santa Maria ones, who have an easy time storing ever increasing amounts of food to match the famine level).

I've only played once on three, and it seemed slower, but still quite fun. I do fear that Antiquity on four players would turn out to be too slow though.
 
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13. Board Game: Cathedral [Average Rating:6.50 Overall Rank:1482]
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7 plays: Robert P. Moore's abstract city-building game.

Another abstract game that the wife likes! And another abstract game that is beautiful enough to be left out even when it's not being played. Hmm, I wonder if there is a connection there?

I own the adorable Cathedral - World polystone edition shown in the picture - not only does it look very nice, but the pieces also have a nice hefty feel to them.

The actual game-play is basic surrounding territory. Probably favouring the first player a bit, but then, so does Go (if played without Komi) and Chess, and people seem to enjoy these games anyhow. And in my situation, where I am generally better at abstracts than my playing partner, it can be advantageous to have one side be slightly stronger, as it makes for more exciting games.
 
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14. Board Game: Lord of the Rings Trivia Game [Average Rating:6.07 Overall Rank:5399]
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6 plays: Christian T. Petersen's trivia game about Lord of the Rings.

I am generally not too keen on trivia games - but this is a comparatively good one. I've also played the Lord of the Rings Trivial Pursuit, and Fantasy Flight's effort is definitely the superior product, in addition to having the advantage of being based on the books, not the movies.

The resource management part of this game is on just the right level - it's not too complicated or difficult, it's definitely not the focus of the game - but it's present enough to give extra depth beyond just answering the questions.

Oh, and I despise "Utter Darkness" and the other + tiles!
 
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15. Board Game: Carcassonne: Hunters and Gatherers [Average Rating:7.14 Overall Rank:390]
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5 plays: Klaus-Jürgen Wrede's stone-age tile laying game.

How typical - it's the Carcassonne game which I like the least which has seen most plays. Perhaps part of the reason is that H&G is the easiest Carcassonne title, so tend to be the one I use to introduce new people to the series. Anoter part of the reason is that the wife holds it in higher esteem than I do.

My main complaint is the graphics on the tiles - they could have used clearer graphics, look at the original Carcassonne (or City, or Castle) - all of which lack the blurred borders present here.

Also, the hunter scoring and the huts feel a bit too simple, a bit boring. Still, a decent game to play occasionally
 
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16. Board Game: Lord of the Rings: The Confrontation [Average Rating:7.21 Overall Rank:413]
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5 plays: Reiner Knizia's almost a block game.

Pure genius. How somebody can manage to cram so much strategy, tactics, bluffing, thinking - in other words, excellent gameplay - and sheer fun into a 15 minutes game amazes me. And the balance seems to be very good as well, despite all the special powers and special cards - impressive!

I'm looking forward to the Deluxe edition, to see what new variations and twists are introduced there.

 
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17. Board Game: 18Scan [Average Rating:7.31 Overall Rank:3504]
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The following games were played 4 times each:

18Scan
A House Divided
Atlanteon
Carcassonne: The Castle
Carcassonne: The City
Lord of the Rings: Trivial Pursuit
Pylos
Starship Catan
Tom Tube
Trax
War of 1812
 
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18. Board Game: 1856: Railroading in Upper Canada from 1856 [Average Rating:7.49 Overall Rank:865]
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The following games were played 3 times each:

1856
Dos Rios
Dutch Intercity
Kingdoms
Liberty
Länderbahnen
Roads & Boats
 
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19. Board Game: 1853 [Average Rating:6.99 Overall Rank:2529]
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The following games were played twice each:

1853
Age of Napoleon
Capitol
Carcassonne
Euphrat & Tigris
Gettysburg: Badges of Courage
New England Railways
Octi
Pampas Railroads
Ra
Silverton
Stephenson's Rocket
Sun Never Sets
Tile Chess
War of the Ring
 
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20. Board Game: A Game of Thrones (first edition) [Average Rating:7.27 Overall Rank:312]
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The following games were played once each:

A Game of Thrones
Fossil
G.E.V. / Ogre
Lord of the Rings (Cooperative)
Master Labyrinth
Medici
Millennium Wars
Mystery Rummy: Jack the Ripper
Napoleon
Nord Kapp
O Zoo Le Mio
Othello
Pacific Victory
Power Grid
Reef Encounter
Scrabble
Settlers of Catan
Shogi
Troke
Twixt
Ursuppe
Yinsh
 
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