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Jun
5
comment What has been the evolution or progression of traitor/betrayal/defector games?
I think the general problem with this question is that there is no problem you are trying to solve. You're just looking for general thoughts on a wide range of topics. I can't come up with a suggestion to adjust the question because I'm unsure what you're trying to get out of it.
Jun
5
comment What has been the evolution or progression of traitor/betrayal/defector games?
For what its worth, I'm not a fan of that question either. I feel like the only thing saving it right now is that the answer is "No", and even that seems like a weak argument for it.
Jun
5
comment What has been the evolution or progression of traitor/betrayal/defector games?
This seems like a discussion topic rather than a question that will work well in this format.
Jun
5
comment Cribbage scoring rules explanation
possible duplicate of Why does a run of 4 in Cribbage score only 4?
Jun
5
comment Does Gwent from Witcher 3 take inspiration from existing tabletop games?
@Wouter Asking "is there a game that meets this criteria" is exactly what a recommendation is.
Jun
5
comment Are there any games where some win, some lose, and some don't?
I'm pretty sure most people consider the Neutral character to have lost in that situation.
Jun
4
revised Do Collectible Card Games without shuffling exist?
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Jun
4
answered Cribbage counting a hand
Jun
2
comment When races are defeated, do the tokens all go back to the tray for redraw (if power allows)?
Mudmen might be a better example, they're constantly running up against their token limit.
May
28
revised Is an old edition of Cinder Wall able to attack?
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May
27
comment How inappropriate is it to track semi-secret information using paper or other memory aids?
By OK, do you mean "not cheating", or do you mean that you think it is socially acceptable in all circumstances?
May
27
comment How inappropriate is it to track semi-secret information using paper or other memory aids?
Some people play games for a casual experience. Extensive analysis is neither their goal, nor fun for them. But neither is feeling that they are likely to lose because someone else is doing extensive analysis.
May
27
comment When does the Alien Die reset?
@David You are close, but you got Global Defense wrong. Each continent is a separate task.
May
26
answered When does the Alien Die reset?
May
26
comment Does anyone know a good way to play Forbidden Island with one player
@Andrew Certainly not all, a number of co-ops have secret information that the players are not allowed to reveal to each other (Hanabi being a classic example).
May
22
comment How inappropriate is it to track semi-secret information using paper or other memory aids?
Tournament settings obviously have their own rules, I think the question was pretty clearly asking about more casual environments.
May
22
revised How inappropriate is it to track semi-secret information using paper or other memory aids?
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May
22
revised How inappropriate is it to track semi-secret information using paper or other memory aids?
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May
22
comment How inappropriate is it to track semi-secret information using paper or other memory aids?
@mfoy I agree, if you're establishing that it is OK for everyone to have perfect information, playing with open hands seems like a much better solution.
May
22
revised How inappropriate is it to track semi-secret information using paper or other memory aids?
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