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Jesper Hansen
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Hey there

ALthough im recently new to the whole boardgame scene I've got a good collection of games so far (with the great help of BGG) that includes:

All games have been purchased the last 5 months..

Small World (+ 2 small expansions)
Ghost Stories
Descent (2nd ed + lair of wyrm exp)
Mage knight
Dominion
Arkham Horror
Space Cadets
Munchkin

As u can probably see, my gaming group are mostly into the coop games but next game dont nessecarily have to be one.

Last purchase was Mage knight and I enjoy it so much right now that I dont even have a "must buy a new game" itch that I usually have.

So whats next? Or is this enough and should I wait abit before getting more games?
 
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J.A.H. van de Laak
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Legends of Andor

Beautiful and fun to play co-op!

Rune Age

My favourite player vs player, or co-op card game with deckbuilding elements.
 
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Toms Leikums
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Robinson Crusoe: Adventures on the Cursed Island is one of the best cooperation games I've played. And it is close to Ghost Stories in difficulty. OK, only to Ghost Stories Initiation difficulty level, but still.
Robinson also gives lots of replayability - many scenarios and different event cards.
 
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David
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Definitely seconding Legends of Andor in terms of coops. But also check out Hanabi and Flash Point: Fire Rescue
 
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Blank Francis
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If you're enjoying what you're playing now, why buy something new? It can wait.

Take the time to browse this site, read some geeklists, check out the top ranked games in whatever theme you particularly like. Your wishlist will undoubtedly grow from there.
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Chris Smith
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If your opinion is that you don't mind waiting a bit, maybe you'd like to consider supporting one of these two kickstarter projects:

Myth
Fun looking cooperative game with some really cool looking hero control systems and advancements =) It has a lot of extra goodies included that you'd have to buy expansions for retail, and an exclusive 'trickster' hero that looks really fun =)

Teramyyd
Steampunk...Aeronautical...Pirates...OMG This game looks so awesome Really excited about this one personally. Also you get proper metal coins as victory tokens, which I love. (And as a final matter of awesome, IO Worlds said they'd take a picture of one of their dragon miniatures sitting on a pile of the coins they make!)
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Thanee
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Pouvla wrote:
Last purchase was Mage knight and I enjoy it so much right now that I dont even have a "must buy a new game" itch that I usually have.

So whats next? Or is this enough and should I wait abit before getting more games?


Mage Knight Board Game: The Lost Legion Expansion

Some other great games to look into:

Battlestar Galactica: The Board Game
Eclipse
Through the Ages: A Story of Civilization
Sid Meier's Civilization: The Board Game
Clash of Cultures

Bye
Thanee
 
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Boris Zutic
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Hi,

You need worker placement game .

So I would suggest either Yedo, my current favorite or something little bit easier Lords of Waterdeep. Both games scale ok from 2 to 5 players.

Brgds
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