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Subject: What 2p boardgame online with no hidden information? rss

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Dean Mourtoulakis
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Looking at expanding what I play with my wife on the same computer. Currently we are playing Stone Age on boardgamearena and loving it.
Wondering what other games we can play where we both see the same screen (using two different browsers). So I'm thinking basically anything with no hidden information that is located on boardgamearena or yucata.
What are my options?
 
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There was a free game inspired by 7 Wonders: Duel that would be perfect but I cannot find it back :/ i'll try again.

EDIT: Found it, Age of Rivals here https://boardgamegeek.com/article/23050738#23050738

I personally strongly dislike it and don't know if you can pass and play, but it seems to fit your search.
 
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Carcassonne South Seas and Hunter&Gatherer are on Yucata. Can be played well with 2, and no hidden info.
Same goes for Targi, Port Royal and To court the King.
Palaces of Carrara has hidden information in the analog copy, but on Yucata all information is open.
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John
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Abstract strategy? Hive, Mancala (Kalah) are two I enjoy which I see are on boardgamearena - I expect there are plenty of other good abstract strategy games. Backgammon would work too.

Oware (Awale), Four in a row (connect 4), Hey! That's My Fish! are listed on Yucata and have no hidden info (and I'd happily play any 2p). Carcassonne games seem like a good plan too.
 
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