What I've been playing lately?
🎲: Lorenzo il Magnifico #boardgame
👤: 2 👣: 1 🏡: #home
🎯 : 8/10
◾When it comes to dice placement and dice drafting games, there are quite a few good ones. This one i would even put among those on the top.
◾Its like most of euro games, engine building and resource management, so nothing new here. But different card combos and tight economy give this game additional quality that reflects in great gameplay.
◾In graphic department, its rather boring (with all these almost washed-out colors) . I guess after playing 20+ games with klemens franz as an artist, i start to value his designs less and less. Its like all the games are set in the same "world". What was fun in a past, it starts to become off-putting. Still not a game breaking.
◾As all cards are used in every game, not sure if that is a plus or minus.
◾Overall, highly recommended 👍
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✨Blackout: Hong Kong |❣️8.5/10 | 🎲 3 plays
Finally got to revisit this game after playing it once a year ago, and it’s even better than I remembered 🙌🏻 I just re-ranked my games on Pub Meeple for fun, and this came out as number 8. Sounds about right, but I'll have to see how it holds up replayability-wise.
This game is SO deep for what is a pretty straightforward set of rules. I don't recall many other games that give me more stress from all the things you need to consider in just a single decision (a good thing for a masochist like me 😅). Every action in the game is so interconnected and necessary to complete one another—there's nothing superfluous or tacked on, like a random ‘feed your worker’ action 🙄
I'm always a sucker for clever use of dice and cards, and this game has both in spades 👌🏻 Best of all, it's fantastic with just 2. Everything is just as good as with 3 players (even the area control), but it's a much shorter game (a little too short actually). A 2p game was 1-1.5 hours, even with a little AP here and there.
It's a multiplayer solitaire, but in this case it's actually a plus when it comes to downtime. Being so solitaire means that most of the game can be carried out simultaneously, which is a huge plus given how AP-inducing this game is. Sure, the gameplay isn't as smooth as other games because you're following a very rigid 8-step process, but the lack of downtime offsets that.
My boyfriend complained that it's too easy to modify the resource dice and expand to a different colour on the map because you can always spend 1 point for trucks to do so. He has a valid point, but I think the truck option is good for luck mitigation and tones down the game to just the right amount of restrictiveness. The game still asks you to be ultra-efficient, especially when scores have been so tight at the end. Spending 1 point for a truck may well be the difference between 1st and 2nd place.
Very keen to give Mombasa a go now—most of my group seem to prefer it over Blackout, but i've heard mixed opinions on Instagram 🤷🏻♀️
It’s day 6️⃣ of the #10Days10Cards challenge! Today’s card is from my favorite Viking-themed game, Champions of Midgard. It’s in my Top 9 for sure. Worker placement, vikings, monsters and colorful dice - a recipe for an excellent game!
Today I’d like to nominate @yourturnph to join in if you want to. #champions of Midgard #BoardGames
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The perfect family board game is one that can be played each time with fewer pieces! 💕💕💕
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Il #giocodellasettimana è Big Shot, un gioco d'aste di Alex Randolph edito in Italia da Oliphante.
I giocatori vestono i panni di speculatori edilizi: l'obbiettivo è accaparrarsi più quartieri possibili, facendo però attenzione a finanze molto risicate. Durante la partita, però, è possibile chiedere prestiti alla banca, a patto di restituirli a fine partita con esosi interessi. In ogni round il giocatore tira un dado per muovere il segnalino "broker", che determina i lotti di cubetti di diverso colore che vengono messi all’asta: chi riesce ad aggiudicarseli può posizionarli in una o più aree della plancia di gioco, che rappresentano i quartieri in vendita. Quando sui quartieri sono presenti 7 cubetti, non è più possibile posizionare altri cubetti al suo interno: in questo modo, al termine della partita, la proprietà di ogni quartiere va al giocatore con la maggioranza di cubetti del proprio colore in ogni area. In caso di pareggio, i giocatori in parità vengono ignorati e la proprietà passa al giocatore successivo.