I guess that the theme won't help that much in the decision making. How did you find the cube mechanism, I was worried it would be a bit fiddly.
I don't think its excessively fiddly . . . but it can cause AP because, as you build your pyramid, you need to think about the sequence of actions you plan to take and then build the pyramid accordingly. If you tend to play with people who overthink every move it might take them a long time just to decide how to arrange their cubes.
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Tough choice as both are great games. As another use already pointed out, Burano is a lot more complex, whereas Murano is much simpler/lighter. Burano and makes you think harder about every one of your decisions, whereas Murano doesn't make you feel like you have to make THE right decision each turn in order to win the game or even do well. Burano is more regimented whereas Murano feels more open. Both are good with 2 players and both involve players potentially blocking each other's moves/actions...although I found that Murano is a tad more cutthroat.
Either way, you can't go wrong choosing between these two games.
Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you'll land among the stars, where you will be forced to drift aimlessly farther into the vast, empty abyss of space until a lack of food, water and oxygen causes you to succumb to Death's cold embrace.
I understand Murano to be a decent mid weight game, and Burano to be a heavy failure.