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Questions about do-it-yourself aspects of board and card gaming: questions about expanding published games, making gaming supplies, or modifying commercially bought games to extend their life or make …
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Game designer Uwe Rosenberg's sequel to popular farming strategy game Agricola — this time, Cave Farmers, with mining added to the mix.
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a worker-placement game where architects compete to contribute the most to building a castle and its surrounding town.
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A strategy game for two, three, four, or six players.
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one in which players can or must play on teams with other players. A team game has cooperative elements (players can cooperate with other players on the same team) but differs from a f…
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Monster slug-a-thon game where players move units around, recruit terrain-based troops, and beat up each other for world domination.
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For games when played by two players. Particularly for games normally played by more than two.
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A hidden team game of at least two teams (blue and red), with a bomber on the red team and a president on the blue team. Players are spread across two rooms and select players to transfer to the othe…
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Refers to the ability to evaluate whole-board position, usually in regards to Go or Chess.
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Get rid of the rats and go for the cats! In Rat-a-Tat Cat, less is always better, and you want to go out with the lowest score. Can you remember the numbers on the other players' cards? Can you keep a…
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A 2-player strategy game played on a 4x4 board with 16 unique pieces. Each piece is either dark/light, short/tall, round/square, and flat/hole-on-top. Players place pieces until a row of four is creat…
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Strategy game for two players, said to date from Roman times. Played on a board of intersecting lines, players alternately place or move one of their nine men (counters) to complete rows of three.
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a mysterious skeletal robot-like race that have lain dormant and largely unknown by the other races of the universe for sixty four million years, and are reemergi…
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Do/Start Over, from [tag:magic-the-gathering], to throw away your starting hand and redraw a new starting hand. Borrowed from the golfing term with the same name.
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A card game where players compete to be the disease that manages to eliminate humanity
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a very broad Go term. It usually refers to special configurations of stones. A shape is "good" when it is efficient in its purpose.
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a board game for 2-4 players, designed by Bernd Brunnhofer. Players need to collect cards: first Craftsmen who supply money for further purchases; then Buildings to score points; t…
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a fantasy flight board game with mechanics based on their popular Talisman board game
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a tactical game for 2-4 players from Finnish designer Touko Tahkokallio. At the beginning of the game, each player receives a small, unprotected principality. Over three epochs the vario…
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