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The English rules aren't very specific here so I looked at the German rules by the same publisher. They use the word 'überqweren', which means 'to cross' (as one would with borders). I don't know why it says 'onto' in the English rules, it's not possible to land on buttons or special squares. According to the link that Znorg provided, this is because in an ...


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If you look under the "Classification" section on the game's BGG page, you can click one of those tags to see other games with similar features. E.g.: https://boardgamegeek.com/boardgamemechanic/2041/card-drafting


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The most buttons I've ended with has been about 25. However, it would be entirely possible to end up with more if you stopped purchasing more tiles halfway through the game, and used the "Advance and receive buttons" action until the end. I would not recommend this strategy, as you will likely be left with many holes in your board, which count as -...


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If the (advanced) search results of BGG do not satisfy you you should try to find additional keywords. One solution is to click on the Designer of the game you are looking for. In the case of Patchwork this is Uwe Rosenberg. There you get a list of all games he designed. If you look at the games you will find that "A Feast for Odin" (a more complex game) and ...


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It is ambiguous as to what the "certain type" really is. If you look on the "full credits" notebook page for that game you'll find the "Categories", "Mechanisms" and "Families" which have been listed for that game. You can search for various combinations of "Categories" and "Mechanisms" using the advanced search option. For instance this BGG search yields ...


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I think you can interpret the rule in one of two ways: The button is placed on both spaces. Then, you can grab money every time you hit one of those spaces (in the case of a patch, the first one to land on one of the spaces grabs the patch). (The interpretation I use) You must pass the button to obtain coins (the first one to pass a batch grabs the patch). ...


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