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Puerto Rico's card-driven little brother. Players choose from various roles to try to create the most impressive buildings in the city of San-Juan. This game is shorter than Puerto Rico, playing in a…
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A fantasy game where player characters move around a board fighting monsters, gaining treasure and magic items, encountering special spaces, and ultimately vying to be the first to ascend to the Crown…
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Order of play, seating order, and related issues.
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Yahtzee meets worker-placement... in space! Roll your ships (dice), then place them to gain resources, loot alien artifacts, found colonies, and crush your opponents.
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Effects of board size in games that have variable boards, like Tafl and Go.
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A lighter version of Dungeons & Dragons that offers the thrill of role-playing without most of the complex rules and time requirements.
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a board game by Wizards of the Coast inspired by Dungeons & Dragons
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Computer-based versions of board and card games. Computer games that do not fit that description are off-topic here; try gaming.stackexchange.com instead.
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An expansion to The Settlers of Catan.
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an ancient game where players pick up stones from one of six spaces on their side of the board, then drop one piece in each space going forward, including onto their granary and then to the…
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a short card game for 2-5 players with the goal to be the first to complete three property groups from Monopoly.
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Social games -- that is. games commonly played at parties, or most playable at such.
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a card game where players try to gain influence by constructing buildings and selling building materials. The game is unstable, and many building combinations are extremely powerful -…
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a game where players take turns remove wooden blocks from a tower. As the game goes one, the tower loses stability. The player who causes the tower to fall loses.
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a study of strategic decision making. More formally, it is "the study of mathematical models of conflict and cooperation between intelligent rational decision-makers."
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good for almost all ages, and therefore suitable for play by members of a family.
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a trick-taking card game commonly played with four people in two partnerships with a deck of 24 standard playing cards. After the deal a suit is chosen as the trump suit, with the cards of …
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Deviating from joseki means playing an unusual move that is not part of a joseki. Typically, it is a mistake, though actually refuting it can be very difficult. It could also be part of a rare joseki …
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Refers to a type of playing piece (plastic pyramids in several colors and three sizes) and the family of games designed to use those pieces, such as Zendo.
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In HORDES, monstrous beasts set upon one another in a bloody clash of tooth and fang that churns the battlefield into a seething sea of carnage. Their masters feed on pain and rage, forging primal ene…
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a race from the fictional Warhammer 40,000 universe. They are described as being muscular humanoids, with green skin and a penchant for violence. The orks live for war and constantly figh…
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a cyberpunk-themed collectible card game. The two players are the Corp (who wins by completing Agendas) and the Runner (who wins by infiltrating the Corp and liberating Agendas). When the…
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a Spiel des Jahres winning board game by Donald Vaccarino.
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Counting the score and remaining aware of score changes throughout the game
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A family of rail-building games where players draw track on the board, use that track to fulfill delivery orders, and use the money they earn to expand their rail system. Games include Empire Builder…
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an expansion for Carcassonne that introduces a river into the initial set-up. It has been replaced by the distinct River II expansion.
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A geometric game (2-4 players, 20 minutes) where players attempt to place as many "polyomino" pieces as possible under some rule constraints. The last player to be able to take a turn wins.
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an expansion for Agricola, containing four small expansion decks (X, O, CZ, and L; 24 cards each), new player boards, stickers to label adults and children, and custom meeples…
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strategy game for 2-5 (1-5 with expansion) players. Players compete as Renaissance European powers vying for resources in the Caribbean, negotiating between each other, and attempting t…
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Questions about different versions of the same game.
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Go problems, typically about life and death situations.