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Card game similar to Rummy, played with two packs of cards. Usually with four players in two partnerships who seek to 'meld' sets of seven cards of the same rank to clear their hand. Variants exist …
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Questions about probabilistic game mechanics and how to calculate and estimate random events, as well as how probability affects games and gameplay.
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A card game for usually 2, but up to 4 people who draw, hold, and lay down cards in combinations meant to earn the most points.
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refers to questions specifically about dice themselves, covering topics such as rolling, construction, sizes etc. It *is not* a meta tag for adding to any game-with-dice question (including i…
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A Game of Thrones: The Board Game. Players must give orders to armies, control important characters, gather resources for the coming winter, and survive the onslaught of their enemies in order to win …
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For questions specifically about the Magic: The Gathering Arena video game platform. Don't use this tag if you have a generic Magic: the Gathering question about a situation which happened in an Arena…
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An expansion is an addition to an existing Board or Card game. These add-ons usually add new content to a complete and already released game. Please use the game's own tag as well, and consider using …
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A conquer-the-world game set in a fantasy realm. Players must take control of various different races and use their special abilities to dominate their opponents.
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A highly strategic war-game which focuses on negotiations between players. Many opportunities to form, manipulate, and break secret alliances.
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The sheriff and his deputies are trying to kill the outlaws, the outlaws are trying to kill the sheriff, and the renegade is trying to be the last one standing. But no one knows who the other players …
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explores variation editions of changes to a board game. It also is used for looking into the past events that lead up to a game in some way.
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Terminology refers to the lingo of the trade, definition and understanding of the terms used by experts on a subject.
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Officially sanctioned optional rules only. This is not for house rules, see below!
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Games designed to be played by a single person or methods for modifying multi-player games for single-person play.
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Board games with implementations that can be played within a web browser.
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Mansions of Madness is a boardgame from Fantasy Flight Games set in the same Cthulhu Mythos universe as Arkham Horror.
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For questions specific to Magic: The Gathering when played with more than two players. Do not use this tag if you have a question about a situation which could also happen in a 1 vs. 1 game. Please al…
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Battlestar Galactica is a 3-6 player game based on the Sci-Fi TV series, published by Fantasy Flight Games. It is a mostly cooperative game featuring a "hidden traitor" mechanic. Players select char…
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Poker is a family of card-games involving one or more rounds of betting over who holds the best ranked hand of cards. Hand ranks are shared across most variations of Poker and generally determine whet…
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Smash-Up is a card game with pirates, wizards, ninjas, aliens, dinosaur and robots.
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Mechanics are the way in which a particular game process is carried out. Questions with this tag are game development questions or deal with a comparison of (game-independent) mechanics.
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The opening refers to the beginning of a game, specifically the strategy and tactics involved in making the initial deployments and early moves that set the tone for the rest of the game and constrain…
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A card game where the rules change as you play, and there isn't a goal until someone plays one. The goal changes just as often as the rules do, but most goals revolve around collecting particular "Kee…
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An expansion for Catan that lets players improve their cities, create new commodities, and use their newly empowered knights to conquer the island of Catan.
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A classic war-game in which players try to conquer the world through military might. Players get reinforcement bonuses for conquering entire continents. Combat is ruled mostly by dice.
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Questions about where to find--and how to analyze--board and card game related data.
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Monopoly Deal is a short card game for 2-5 players with the goal to be the first to complete three property groups from Monopoly.
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The discussion of tournaments, tournament formats, tournament rules, and tournament schedules
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A card game similar to Contract Rummy for two - six players. The aim is to complete 10 melds in sequence.
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Board game where players take the role of enormous monsters in a battle for the city of Tokyo.
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MTG Drafting is when a group of people take a number of booster packs and pick one card at a time to build a 40 card deck.
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Game based on the traditional Middle-Eastern game of Okey. You try to get rid of all your tiles by forming numbers into runs of 3 or more, or groups of 3-4 of a kind. Played tiles become communal and …
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Questions about the business, legal, and packaging aspects of making a new game.
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A game played on a chessboard with black and red checkers, also called draughts.
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Warhammer Fantasy is a miniatures wargame published by Games Workshop. It is known for both the beauty and the expense of its models.
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A stand-alone expansion for Ticket to Ride set in Europe. A bit more complexity is added in the form of train stations and tunnel routes.
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