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Well, 2011 was a pretty good year for games, wasn't it? This geeklist is kind of co-opted from The Little Metal Dog Show site (http://littlemetaldog.com) to mention a few favourites from the past twelve months as well as choosing some releases due out in 2012 that I'm looking forward to.

Happy New Year to you all!
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1. Board Game: Ascension: Deckbuilding Game [Average Rating:7.03 Overall Rank:529] [Average Rating:7.03 Unranked]
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2011 saw a huge explosion in quality games being exported to iOS systems, so to ignore them (and the amount of time I've spent playing them) would be madness. Out of all the games I’ve played on my iPhone this year, Ascension: Chronicle of the Godslayer has taken up a huge amount of my time. A perfect replica of the original release from Gary Games, it’s a brilliant version of the quick-playing deck builder. It’s very easy to explain to new players yet still has enough depth in there to not leave experienced gamers bored. One of the most appealing aspects with Ascension is the fact it runs asynchronous play – a very important addition to any iOS game release! The push notifications that signify it’s your turn are always a welcome sight and turns take mere moments, but if your opposition are online, games can also be played in real time. With the recent addition of the first expansion (“Return of the Fallen”) there’s now a whole raft of new monsters to defeat, heroes to recruit and additional mechanics to try out, plus you can also combine both versions. An excellent game all round and one of my digital favourites of the year.
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2. Board Game: Carcassonne [Average Rating:7.43 Overall Rank:141] [Average Rating:7.43 Unranked]
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A long time favourite that has recently seen a new lease of life thanks to the addition of expansions is the fantastic Carcassonne. It’s been out for some time and is pretty much the poster child for how iOS games should be made: there’s an excellent user interface, the rules are straightforward and – again – there’s that all important asynchronous play facility. This has been a mainstay of my mobile gaming life since it was released back in 2010 and I always have a couple of games on the go, but with the recent additions of The River and Inns and Cathedrals expansions I’ve noticed a rise in the number of players who are getting back into it. One minor downside is the price – at £6.99 / $9.99 it is one of the most expensive iOS game releases, but it is well worth handing over the cash.
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3. Board Game: Elder Sign [Average Rating:7.01 Overall Rank:480]
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The portable version of Fantasy Flight’s dice-rolling extravaganza Elder Sign is an incredibly high quality production. Specifically built for solo play, it’s actually called Elder Sign: Omens and from the moment you boot it up you’ll be impressed. It’s a stunning looking game that sees you choose a group of four investigators looking to save the world from the Great Old One Azathoth. While it’s referred to as casting runes in the game, it’s all about rolling digital dice and matching them to symbols that make up missions. When missions are completed, the player will be rewarded with objects to assist their quest and – with luck – the titular Elder Signs that are required to imprison Azathoth for good. While I really enjoy this game, I’ve seen that it can be a bit marmite with others – the main feeling amongst those who have negative opinions is that it’s too difficult and random despite being a stripped back version of the original. However, if you’ve even got the slightest interest in the Cthulhu mythos, it’s a fun diversion. Now, if we could just get a few different GOOs to take on? Please?
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4. Board Game: Ticket to Ride [Average Rating:7.45 Overall Rank:134] [Average Rating:7.45 Unranked]
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Another simplified version of a larger game next. Ticket to Ride Pocket was released specifically for iPhone and iPod Touch late in the autumn, the little brother to its big iPad sibling. This pocket version focuses on single-player action against a range of AI bots but also offers options for Pass & Play as well as Local Play – fantastic if you’ve got a couple of people armed with their phones! Using the original USA map, the game is incredibly speedy and does everything it can to make your life simple. Destination tickets can be prodded to have them show up on the map and placing tickets by playing cards is a simple matter of dragging your finger across the screen. Anyone who has sat around and tried out the original will take to this immediately, especially as it looks exactly the same as the tabletop game. A minor downside: there’s no compatibility with the iPad release, but to compensate for this Days of Wonder have made it dirt cheap!
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5. Board Game: Airlines Europe [Average Rating:7.34 Overall Rank:318]
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Of course, gaming isn't just about poking at a screen while you're waiting for the bus. 2011 saw the release of many excellent games for us to play as we sit around the table with friends, and Airlines Europe by Alan R. Moon is one of my favourite new releases for the year. When I first got my hands on it I was impressed at how much was in there – despite it being a very simple game to explain and play, there’s a level of depth that you won’t find in many more complicated releases. Sure, it helps that Airlines Europe has kind of been a Work In Progress for about twenty years, what with its roots in Airlines and Union Pacific, but this feels like a brilliant refinement of those two earlier games. Accessible enough for new players while still having enough challenge for those who are more experienced? Perfect. And I still reckon this should join the ranks of Carcassonne, Ticket to Ride and Settlers of Catan as the latest gateway game.
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6. Board Game: Power Grid: The Robots [Average Rating:7.14 Unranked] [Average Rating:7.14 Unranked]
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Anyone who listens to the show will know that my favourite game is Power Grid. Again, it’s one of those “simple to explain but a bugger to play well” releases that I find so appealing, but there’s always been that issue of only being playable with three or more. 2011 saw Friedemann Friese come up with The Robots expansion which put paid to this problem by proving artificial intelligences to play against. It’s a brilliant idea that – while sounding bloody odd – actually works very well in practice. Building a robot at the start of the game from random pieces provides players with an opponent that will do well up until about two thirds of the way into play, then should in theory tail off leaving the human players to fight it out. I’ve heard tales of people actually coming in behind a Robot player, but thankfully I’ve not had that happen to me… yet. Power Grid: The Robots is a brilliant idea that has extended the life of an already excellent game even further.
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7. Board Game: Dungeon Petz [Average Rating:7.53 Overall Rank:145]
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A bit of a surprise to me was Vlaada Chvatil’s Dungeon Petz from CGE. I’ve only played his earlier game Dungeon Lords a few times and – to be honest – wasn’t totally enamoured with it. There was so much to keep track of most of the time, it boiled my tiny little mind. I’ve handled trickier games with no problem but for some reason I’ve never got on with Dungeon Lords. Thankfully, the spiritual follow-up is brilliant. Again, there’s a fair bit to follow, but something just clicked with this one – knowing what you have to plan for combined with trying to scupper your opponents, managing your very limited resources… it’s excellent. The game is also filled with humour and (of course) looks fantastic. If you’re looking for something that’s a bit heavier to play, Dungeon Petz is a winner.
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8. Board Game: Sentinels of the Multiverse [Average Rating:7.29 Overall Rank:287] [Average Rating:7.29 Unranked]
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Sentinels of the Multiverse‘s fantastic co-op gameplay really won me over this year too. The amount of work that the guys at Greater Than Games have put into their own comic book universe is incredible – not just with a great little game that is fun to play but also the almost ridiculous levels of backstory that have been created for those who want to go a little deeper. Yes, the box sucks – we all know that! – but it really is what’s inside that counts. With a bunch of mates who are willing to throw themselves into the game, Sentinels is an absolute gem, encouraging players to work together and support each other. Woe betide you if you fail to co-operate though… split the party and you’ll fail for sure!
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9. Board Game: Dungeon Fighter [Average Rating:6.86 Overall Rank:807]
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For those times when I want to play something a little different, I’m thankful that I picked up a copy of Cranio Creations’ Dungeon Fighter at Essen. This odd little mix of dungeon crawl and dexterity game is great, especially when you’ve got a larger group. Working your way through the maps as a group, taking down monsters by chucking dice at an oversized target… it’s a lot of fun. It’s also not very easy – unlike most party games, it actually offers quite a challenge. It’s rare that you’ll actually reach the boss at the end of the level, but Dungeon Fighter is one of those games where winning really isn’t the be all and end all. It’s the journey that’s all important, those high-risk dice rolls that will either claim victory for everyone or condemn the group to defeat.
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10. Board Game: Urban Sprawl [Average Rating:6.77 Overall Rank:1337]
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Urban Sprawl has been one of the most divisive games released in 2011, leaving those who have played it either delighted or enraged. The cause of this schism? The chaos provided by the cards that add an admittedly swingy element to the game. While many people dislike it, I was a big fan of this part of the game that can either be a great equaliser or stretch out a player’s lead even further – but hey, that’s life. I’ve never been one to complain about such a thing, but many gamers saw this as too big a deal to ignore. I like a bit of randomness in my games, but for people who insist that everything must be able to be anticipated and mitigated, Urban Sprawl will send them cracked. If you’re looking for a relatively heavy game that shouldn’t be taken too seriously though, I’d heartily recommend picking up a copy.

There’s been plenty of other great games too. Quarriors took deckbuilding in a whole new direction, Space Maze was a charming little puzzler and Eruption made lava flows fun. For those seeking heavier gaming experiences Pret-a-Porter was brilliant, as was the wonderful Belfort (which I’ve only played once but can’t wait to try again – it’s that good). Now, who’s ready for 2012?
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11. Board Game: Miskatonic School for Girls [Average Rating:5.54 Overall Rank:14376]
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I am gutted – GUTTED – that I missed out on the Kickstarter for Miskatonic School for Girls. A deck building game with a twist, players create not only their own decks but also contribute to their opponents’ stacks. You collect genteel young students while dropping as many faculty members on the opposition – but why would that be a bad thing? Well, the staff are all barely disguised Lovecraftian beasties intent on driving the girls to insanity – literally. With each player running one of the school’s houses, it’s a case of the last man standing – whoever stays sane the longest is the victor. It also helps that it’s an absolutely gorgeous looking game – the artwork is beautiful. So, it looks great, it’s got Cthulhu and his mates all over it and I love the spin on the format – when can I get a copy?
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12. Board Game: Alien Frontiers: Factions [Average Rating:7.68 Unranked] [Average Rating:7.68 Unranked]
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Not exactly a full release, but how could I ignore an expansion to one of my favourite games, Alien Frontiers? The first add-on, Factions, is due for release around March and having been lucky enough to try out the prototype version last year I’m very excited to see the finished product. Each player now has an additional mini-board representing one of eight in-game factions, each one offering two new opportunities for dice placement – one specifically for you, the other for anyone else who’s willing to pay you for it. There are also secret objectives to try and complete – if you’ve played the original you’ll know that scoring is open, but this new addition will keep people guessing who’s won until the end. It adds a fifth (purple) player into the mix as well and – thanks to the huge amount of cash that Clever Mojo raised during the campaign – the wooden M&Ms used as tokens will also be replaced with really lovely little biodome sculpts. An already wonderful game will be made even better. Oh yes.
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13. Board Game: Crude: The Oil Game [Average Rating:6.76 Overall Rank:1892]
 
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After speaking to Stephen Buonocare from Stronghold Games about their remake of Crude (also known as McMulti), how could I not want a copy of this one? Now officially called Crude: The Oil Game, this one brings together tile placement and a heavy economic element as players become CEOs of petroleum companies. By investing, selling and distributing at all stages of the process, it’s all about making as much money as possible while dealing with a rising and falling markets at home and abroad. Of course, the usual Stronghold level of quality of to be expected – if you’ve seen and played anything they’ve released before, you know that this one is going to look amazing. The game has a legendary pedigree and the story behind it is a tale to behold – the moment this one is released, I’ll be picking it up. It deserves its time in the spotlight, albeit thirty-five years after it was first released.
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14. Board Game: Kings of Air and Steam [Average Rating:6.93 Overall Rank:1449]
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Pick up and deliver? Got a few of those. Route planning? Check, plenty of them too. Not many that combine them, though, and none that are based in a Steampunk setting – but now Tasty Minstrel are releasing Kings of Air and Steam. Players pilot airships to grab goods from factories then distribute them through rail networks. While it may seem a little dry to some, I like that they’re taking a punt on it with an interesting theme and want to add something to my collection along the lines of Brass or Age of Industry. That’s the vibe I’m getting from this one and, assuming that it ticks all the boxes, I’d really like to try it out. I sadly didn’t put in for the Kickstarter campaign as shipping was more than the actual game and money was tight – a minimum of $95 was just a little too much to pledge – but when retail copies arrive in the UK, I want one.
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15. Board Game: Chicken Caesar [Average Rating:6.74 Overall Rank:2780]
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I first posted an interview with Bryan Fischer from Nevermore Games pretty much an entire year ago about Chicken Caesar – a game that both myself and Chris from Dice Hate Me were looking forward to playing in 2011! It’s still not out but the release is getting closer; pictures of the board are now available and more information is leaking out about how the game will play. Political intrigue in a chicken coop is a somewhat unique premise, with players needing to combine lowly ranking officers (responsible for money and force) with higher powered fowl that gain fame and notoriety. Throw in some bribery, corruption and plain bloody murder and it could well end up as this year’s Pret-a-Porter – a stunning game with a truly odd theme. Kickstarter for this one begins this February and I’ll be backing it for sure.
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16. Board Game: Things... [Average Rating:6.12 Overall Rank:3162] [Average Rating:6.12 Unranked]
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There’s so many more games to look out for as well; there’s bugger all information about AtomPunk but I’m still keeping an eye on it (that Steampunk thing again), while 1989: Dawn of Freedom (the spiritual successor to Twilight Struggle) is also due. The whole Merchant of Venus situation should be sorted out sometime soon, though who knows where the dice will fall? Whoever finally gets the rights, either Stronghold or Fantasy Flight will hopefully do a good job with it – there’s a lot of people out there waiting impatiently for it! Fancy a truly intriguing theory though? How about the rumours that a new version of Blood Bowl is going to hit our stores? With it being 25 years since the original release and Games Workshop / FFG having previous form with the luxury 20th Anniversary reissue of Space Hulk, we can only hope our wishes come true…

Whatever happens, 2012 has got a lot to live up to if it’s going to make as much of an impact as last year did in the world of gaming. It’ll be a hard one to follow but you can’t help but feel that the many production companies out there are going to do their best to put out some great games – and we barely know anything that they’re planning. It’s going to be brilliant.

Happy New Year – and happy gaming!
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