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comment How do you make Settlers of Catan work well for 2 players? (Problems and play-tested solution described, alternatives requested)
@Tim Most times I played this was 5-10 years ago so I can't remember too well why we ended up with this precise setup. My best guess is that we found that slightly imbalanced sides made for more interesting games than perfectly balanced sides - I do remember we kept changing around the setup until we fell in love with this one. But I encourage you to experiment and report back results. I believe that the barbell shape and 3-8-11 middle was more important to making this interesting than the precise distribution of numbers on either end. And the robber equalization was even more important.
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comment How do you make Settlers of Catan work well for 2 players? (Problems and play-tested solution described, alternatives requested)
Have you tested this 2 player method?
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comment Is there any “simultaneous-turn” based game where all players play till the end of the game?
Yes - this would be a poor game to play asynchronously, especially considering that it's a fast game. I think you'll get better answers to your question if you explicitly list the requirements in bullet points - I just reread the question and see how I didn't pick up that asynchronous was a requirement.