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Oct
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answered Games that have no element of luck.
Oct
29
asked Games that have no element of luck.
Oct
29
comment Anyone know more 'social' games like 'Werewolves"
See also my related Pervasive Games Area 51 proposal: area51.stackexchange.com/proposals/15091/pervasive-games
Oct
29
comment Baby shower games
@Oscar it would work well with that number - see update regarding numbers
Oct
29
revised Baby shower games
detail about numbers
Oct
29
answered Baby shower games
Oct
26
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Oct
25
revised Timing a backstab in Diplomacy
fixed grammar
Oct
22
answered How can I tell if these vintage boardgames are worth anything?
Oct
21
revised Does a flush beat a straight in three-card poker?
clearer answer
Oct
21
answered Does a flush beat a straight in three-card poker?
Oct
21
comment What cooperative board games are there that I could safely play with my wife?
@ire_and_curses Agreed :)
Oct
21
comment What games are similar to Risk?
I'd argue Risk isn't that well balanced either - perhaps it's a good match ;)
Oct
21
comment Interesting boardgames to play with children.
Flagged for wiki conversion. See the meta article mentioned above.
Oct
21
comment Recommendations for 6-player board game
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Oct
21
comment Good board games for single player
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Oct
21
comment Board games for two players
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Oct
21
comment What cooperative board games are there that I could safely play with my wife?
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Oct
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Oct
21
comment Lasting games in the past century
+1 Diplomacy IMHO can be so 'deep' because the negotiation stage allows for the full range of human emotions and behaviours.