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comment What is the best way to print cards for my game?
@Marcelo at which point, there really is no need to paste it together.
Dec
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answered Playing Risk in an arbitrary graph
Nov
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answered Is there any data on most common way to get to 10 VP in Settlers of Catan?
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Nov
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revised Mah Jongg set recommendations?
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revised Is number diversity really important?
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revised System for secretly choosing between two options?
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Nov
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answered Is number diversity really important?
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answered System for secretly choosing between two options?
Oct
29
comment What are the drawbacks of an automatic card shuffler?
VTC — Exact duplicate of boardgames.stackexchange.com/questions/1316/…
Oct
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answered What is the optimal method to shuffle an organised deck of cards
Oct
20
comment When should I take a curse in response to Torturer?
One nastiness I've seen done is to remodel curses into coppers...
Oct
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answered Why is 20 the starting life total for Magic the Gathering? How would the game be different if this number was changed?
Oct
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answered How can we use multiple Carcassonne expansions without the game taking forever?
Oct
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answered Dominion - Saboteur use
Oct
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answered Maxing out your buys in early Dominion
Sep
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comment Do I have to tell the other players how much money I have?
One should note also that all transactions are public knowledge; anyone paying close enough attention can track exactly how much you have.
Sep
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comment Tri-dimensional board games: How does the additional dimension extend possible player requirements & game structure?
Star Trek chess is actually fairly symmetric along one axis. It just doesn't look it. The few times I've played, we just both sat to the sides; one's playing upwards, the other downwards, but it's easiest to see moves from above and to the sides.
Sep
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comment Tri-dimensional board games: How does the additional dimension extend possible player requirements & game structure?
The general question is practically unanswerable because it's too general, and not much is really done on it academically.
Sep
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answered Tri-dimensional board games: How does the additional dimension extend possible player requirements & game structure?