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Mario Aguila
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I suppose this is a good game for just 2 players? The main difference with 3 or 4?
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Eric Chantigny
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Hi,

I played Pueblo about the same amount of times with 2 than with more. The only difference is the numbre of pieces added when your turn comes back around... seriously. And since each turn you score the architect, the points go up a bit faster than in a 2 player game.

I think this is a grest puzzle game and worth trying if you like those kind of games!
 
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Luk
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I've experienced a "big" difference between a 2player and a 4player game in the level of strategy.
As you have to move the architect 1-4 spaces, the scoring in a 4player is much more random. In a 2player, I always "develop" a strategy that is based on a 5spaces movement of the architect.
Actually, this means that it is quite easy to avoid penalty points, which is much less the case in a 4player.
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Brian B
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I'm new to the game but I've really enjoyed it two player.
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André Oord
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just got mine tonight, but i did know and have played the game a few times before. Its great with 2.. if you're in to puzzle games or building games
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