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Dennis Hansen
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I love Crokinole but i want a new dexterity game.

Any suggestions What too buy next?
 
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Rick Blaha
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Le Passe-Trappe, KLASK, JamSumo, Go Cuckoo!, Safranito (an interesting mix of dexterity with traditional boardgaming), Riff Raff, PitchCar, WeyKick, and Volta off the top of my head... whistle
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Catacombs (third edition)
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Warstones
 
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Dennis Hansen
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GrisoFandango wrote:
Warstones


Looking for games theres for sale now
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I've really enjoyed Ice Cool

Fun and silly with surprisingly deep strategy once you can do curves and jumps.
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Dennis Hansen
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OrangeGamer wrote:
I've really enjoyed Ice Cool

Fun and silly with surprisingly deep strategy once you can do curves and jumps.


I’ve already tried it. And i don’t Like it. I Think its too easy/for children
 
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J. Orange
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Ha. Fair enough.
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Michael Woodcock
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If you are looking for a Crokinole replacement I have no idea.

Hamsterrolle is probably the most strategic dexterity game I can think of. Balancing blocks inside a rolling ring.

Targets is a fun small game and could work ... if you can find it. Flicking dice.

Dungeon Fighter is great fun and is a longer more challenging game (sometimes) Bouncing dice with all sorts of other challenges.

+1 Flip Ships and PitchCar

Many others are great for some fun:
KLASK
Animal Upon Animal
Coconuts
Rhino Hero
Rhino Hero: Super Battle
Click Clack Lumberjack






 
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Michael Schneider
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Pretty light but still fun:Tumblin-Dice


...especially when you add some non D6-dice.
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Nick E
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I like Caveman Curling a lot. It's a pretty simple one though. I fell in love with curling a few years ago and it does well to scratch that itch a tiny bit until I get a nice custom Crokinole board.

I don't have much else I can recommend though. I buy a ton of dexterity games and think I would love them but I can't get anyone in my gaming groups to play them. I've been lucky-enough to get my wife and daughter to play Caveman Curling, Rhino Hero, Coconuts, and Ice Cool with me. My copies of Catacombs 3E (with all extra expansion/promo content), PitchCar (with all extensions), Rampage, and Flick Em Up (with both expansions) sit unplayed though. And I've got Riff Raff, Junk Art, and Flip Ships on my "Must Purchase Soon" list (along with Tumblin Dice, if I can get my hands on an affordable Nash version).
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