Steram Shaw
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Hi, I like the look of letters from whitechapel, but not sure how good it is with 2 players. what else is out there that has the same feel/look but plays good with 2 players. thanks
 
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Stevieram wrote:
Hi, I like the look of letters from whitechapel, but not sure how good it is with 2 players. what else is out there that has the same feel/look but plays good with 2 players. thanks

i think that Letters from Whitechapel is best with two players.
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Mr. Jack is excellent. Not nearly as sprawling, but very fun.
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Mr. Jack is excellent. Not nearly as sprawling, but very fun.


Anything in the Mr. Jack series is designed only for two players. We like Le Fantôme de l'Opéra.
 
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Stevieram wrote:
Hi, I like the look of letters from whitechapel, but not sure how good it is with 2 players. what else is out there that has the same feel/look but plays good with 2 players. thanks

i think that Letters from Whitechapel is best with two players.


I agree 100%. Two player Whitechapel is awesome. Super tense and engaging.
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Spector ops beats white chapel nuff said!
 
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Fury of Dracula (third edition) plays just fine with 2, so long as one player doesn't mind maintaining all 4 hunters. It's not as big of a hurdle as it is in some games, since the hunters don't have a ton of stuff to keep track of. More players = better, but 2 is still good.
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Re: similar to letters from whitechapel but plays goodyjamks with 2 players.
Thanks guys. Next question, letters from Whitechapel or fury of Dracula for mainly 2 Players?
 
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Thanks guys. Next question, letters from Whitechapel or fury of Dracula for mainly 2 Players?


Well, here's a thought that might help you make up your mind. If you don't buy Fury of Dracula now, you'll never be able to get it.

I think Fury is more tactical and interesting. Letters is more of a simple chase game, but then some people like simplicity.
 
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Letters from Whitechapel is a two player game, with thehoptuon to add more. It's definitely the best game of it's type for two.
 
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I only own the first edition of FoD (with the lead figures), but not played the later versions, & it is a game I enjoy. However, LfW really is a fantastic, tense game using deduction & pure logic to hunt down your prey & I'd definitely recommend this out of the two.
 
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Fury of Dracula is an excellent game but defiantly not best with two... Ok at two.... Letters from Whitechapel is best with two and with an exspansion to be released with minis etc at Essen it only stands to get better... Great game
 
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Has anyone played Ninja: Legend of the Scorpion Clan? I rarely hear it mentioned in these threads but it looks like a solid option, specially with 2 players
 
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