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Hi All! If you want more details as to what this is all about you can check out this thread:

It's About Time! The BGG Eurogame Top 100 Project! Poll #1

Basically I am looking to put together a monthly geeklist for Eurogamers and so I am working through the BGG rankings to discern how the BGG community would categorize certain games. I will continue to do these polls until 100 Eurogames are identified at which point I will make the BGG Eurogame Top 100 geeklist and maintain it.

This Poll will finish off the Top 100 as it will look at categorize games that were made primarily in 2004 and 2005(there are a few earlier than these years that I am unsure of which I will also include in this poll). If you want to vote in the three previous polls follow the thread link above. My next poll will move into the BGG Top 101-200. I am making the polls according to years released simply to see a comparison between Euro and AT games for curiosity's sake in case any of you were wondering.

And with that, here's the poll!

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How would you classify each game?
  Euro AT Wargame Hybrid Other
Twilight Struggle
Power Grid
Caylus
War of the Ring
Twilight Imperium (3rd)
Goa
Railroad Tycoon
Blood Bowl:Living Rulebook
TTR:Europe
Memoir '44
Glory to Rome
Arkham Horror
Ticket to Ride
Antiquity
Descent
Indonesia
Hannibal:Rome vs. Carthage
Die Macher
1830: Railways and Robber Barons
Samurai
Dune
Civilization
Wallenstein
BattleLine
HAmmer of the Scots
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Poll created by CarlG


I look forward to seeing all your responses!

Happy Gaming!

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How about adding two columns for the next one of these...
#1 Gateway
#2 Railway

Just a thought.
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I can think of four three games titled Samurai, one wargame, one I'd classify as
other, an AT, and a Euro - every one of them has some pretty strong
recognition.

I voted for the one I think has the broadest appeal - the MB game
with lots of plastic minis.


EDIT: Oh bother, that was called Samurai Swords/Shogun. Guess I better change
my vote.
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calandale wrote:
I can think of four three games titled Samurai, one wargame, one I'd classify as
other, an AT, and a Euro - every one of them has some pretty strong
recognition.

I voted for the one I think has the broadest appeal - the MB game
with lots of plastic minis.


EDIT: Oh bother, that was called Samurai Swords/Shogun. Guess I better change
my vote.


I had the same problem with Shogun on the other poll. My first experience with a gamed named Shogun was the Milton Bradley game which was first renamed to Samurai Swords and now is called Ikusa.
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