Games With Dungeon Master Screens
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Most of the fun of making a GeekList is watching other people comment on the list and make their own additions, so it's probably a bad idea to start one on a Saturday.

However, when the GeekList has a stupid theme like this one does, it's better to post it on a Saturday morning when fewer people will see it.

So, here's this morning's list for you all to add to all willy-nilly -- games that have DM screens! For those of you who don't role-play (you sad souls), a DM screen is the piece of cardboard that the Dungeon Master sets up to shield her own notes from the prying eyes of the players. It's also a way for the DM to assert her dominance over the group, psychologically separating herself from the mere "players" and assuring her superiority.

I LOVE it when games have a little screen for you to set up so you can hide your bits from the other players. Even when they're not necessary (like in Dungeon Twister) they're still fun to use. They give me this feeling of privacy, like I can do anything back there behind my screen and nobody will ever know...

They also tend to represent that some element of the game is secret, such as points scored, bits left over, and so forth. I *suppose* if you wanted to, you could pretend this is a useful list if you think you like those kinds of mechanics. But not me! I just want a little fold up screen in front of my bits so I feel powerful!
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1. Board Game: HeroQuest [Average Rating:7.07 Overall Rank:546]
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This is the obvious first choice for this list, because it actually is a DM Screen. The gamemaster (Zargon or something like that; I forget and I'm too lazy to look it up) hides the game notes behind it so the players won't know what's going on.
 
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2. Board Game: Dungeon Twister [Average Rating:6.84 Overall Rank:762]
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You might think that the little Dungeon Master screens in Dungeon Twister would indicate that there's lots of hidden information. However, the rules state that the screen is only used for setup. I don't care -- I keep it set up the whole game, hiding things behind it to make the other player nervous. I also sometimes make DM-style announcements from behind the screen when the opponent is trying to move. "You take a step forward and an invisible wall blocks your path -- make a Strength check!" If you are playing with someone who normally roleplays a lot, this might actually work...
 
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3. Board Game: Tigris & Euphrates [Average Rating:7.71 Overall Rank:70]
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Here's a game with little Dungeon Master screens that has nothing to do with a Dungeon. In T&E, you use them to hide your tiles and your scoring cubes.
 
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4. Board Game: Samurai [Average Rating:7.44 Overall Rank:171]
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Samurai's DM screens are also used to hide bits and scores from the other players. They have a nice Japanese look to them -- at least, I think they do, but I've never been to Japan. I've been to a few Japanese Steakhouses, though, and these paper screens are everywhere. And, of course, they were in James Clavell's Shogun, so they must be authentic.
 
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5. Board Game: Dragonland [Average Rating:6.33 Overall Rank:2780]
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The third Knizia game in a row on this list, and I think now we know that Dr. Knizia is acually a role-player who is frustrated by the lack of available players in Germany. Giving each of his players a DM screen is the closest the poor guy gets to role-playing. Sad, really. Sad.
 
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6. Board Game: Modern Art [Average Rating:7.34 Overall Rank:227]
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Hey, wait a minute... another Knizia game! What the heck is going on here! The guy has a serious thing for DM screens! Does he have a patent on them or something?

Anyway, in Modern Art, you hide your money behind the screen so other people won't know how much you can bid. By the way, these screens in this particular edition have the WORST art on them in any game I own. They include a blank one, which you are SUPPOSED to use to design your own (shyeah, right), but I make one of my opponents take the blank one so that I don't have to stare at so much horrible art.
 
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7. Board Game: Ikusa [Average Rating:7.01 Overall Rank:689]
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This has screens to hide where you place your Koku. Its funny when someone bids 3 for the Ninja which no one else bid for...until he kills your daimyo with it.
 
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8. Board Game: Dragon's Gold [Average Rating:6.46 Overall Rank:1517]
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In Dragon's Gold you hide your hoard behind a screen; this allows you to bargain for treasure without players really knowing how useful it is to you.
 
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9. Board Game: Reef Encounter [Average Rating:7.16 Overall Rank:486]
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Reef Encounter has player screens with watery-looking, washed-out art (very thematic actually) that are used to hide your polyp titles, larvae cubes & wooden shrimp - plus of course the container used to store additional polyp tiles your parrotfish has eaten during the game.
 
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10. Board Game: The Fury of Dracula [Average Rating:6.91 Overall Rank:1558]
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For some reason I am sort of attracted to games with screens. I don't know why.

So, here's my contribution. The old version of Fury had a screen for the Dracula player, and I don't see why the new version wouldn't have one.

Anyway, this game is probably overrated, but I don't care. I want to run around the capitals of Europe with a coat pocket full of stakes and holy water!! I'm getting the new version just as soon as it's available. I only wish it were arriving before Halloween.

 
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11. Board Game: Keythedral [Average Rating:7.08 Overall Rank:681]
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Another Richard Breese game, Keythedral has screens used to hide your law cards, cubes, counters and tiles. More unique art from Juliet Breese, each of the player screens have a different picture in one of the 4 player colors(red, blue, yellow, white). All hail Breese!
 
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12. Board Game: Aladdin's Dragons [Average Rating:6.92 Overall Rank:839]
Jim OKelley
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Aladdin's Dragons uses a screen to hide your treasure, artifacts and tokens. Great game, too. Eight plays this year and still haven't tried the advanced version.
 
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13. Board Game: Medina [Average Rating:7.07 Overall Rank:732]
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Stefan Dorra's Medina has player screens to hide your palace pieces, stables, walls & inhabitants (palace domes are kept public information). An interesting twist in the endgame is that once you run out of white pieces (stables, walls & inhabitants) you can remove your screen and elect to play fewer pieces per round, giving you a slight advantage in that you can choose when to react to what your opponents are doing.
 
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14. Board Game: Fist of Dragonstones [Average Rating:6.17 Overall Rank:2428]
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One more place to hide your money
 
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15. Board Game: Clue: The Great Museum Caper [Average Rating:6.71 Overall Rank:1628]
Damon Jansen
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Clue - The Great Museum Caper. The thief plots his movements behind a screen.
 
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16. Board Game: Alexander the Great [Average Rating:6.09 Overall Rank:4428]
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This new game uses a screen who keep secret how your resources are distributed between four actions, before all players reveal their choices simultaneously.
 
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17. Board Game: O Zoo le Mio [Average Rating:6.63 Overall Rank:1392]
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In ZooSim / O Zoo le Mio, small fold-up screens, each designed to look like the entrance to a uniquely themed zoo (see the aquatic-themed Aqua Shark in the image), serve to hide the amount of "money" each player has, and thus how much they are capable of bidding.

Unfortunately, the screens are a bit to small to use easily, so we tend to just keep our "money" in our hands under the table and bring up a closed fist during bidding.
 
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18. Board Game: Stratego [Average Rating:6.06 Overall Rank:2277]
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Some editions of Stratego have 'player' screens, so you can set up your field privately.
 
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19. Board Game: Dream Factory [Average Rating:7.06 Overall Rank:575]
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Traumfabrik has little screens to hide your contracts behind. They also tell you which studio you are, though how they are named is a little uninspired.
 
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20. Board Game: Dragon Strike [Average Rating:6.16 Overall Rank:4152]
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The screen contains all information the EVOL player needs to know! It also has monster HPs down the side and I spent quite a lot of time behind it when I was younger. You also hide the scenario map behind it, so the players cannot know your EVOL plans and traps!

And I love the video
 
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21. Board Game: Railroad Dice [Average Rating:6.19 Overall Rank:3781]
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Another one with a screen - though far from being a DM screen.
The screen is used to distinguish dice as money from the rest of the dice - and of course to hide them and the amount of passengers (victory points) one has carried so far.

Just played it recently and it is quite a fun little game!!!
 
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22. Board Game: Kaliko [Average Rating:6.57 Overall Rank:6877]
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I have no idea whether the original Psyche-Paths used screens, but Kaliko has classy little bamboo screens, rather than the usual cardboard.
 
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23. Board Game: Himalaya [Average Rating:7.00 Overall Rank:915]
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Has a screen too.
 
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24. Board Game: O Zoo le Mio [Average Rating:6.63 Overall Rank:1392]
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25. Board Game: Silberzwerg [Average Rating:6.44 Overall Rank:3618]
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Silver Dwarf (2000) has a screen to hide the play mat.
 
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