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Mar 3, 2017
Been playing hobbyist games since 2007, but in the last two years my collection has burst the seams of every surface in my family (now GAME) room. I enjoy heavy thinkers, with minimal random number generation (I can enjoy dicey games, as long as probability is key to it - see one of my list that is very much dice).
There's no way to put a ranking on this list, but there are a few that I will drop most things to play, so I'll start with those:
Terraforming Mars Power Grid Dead of Winter Roll for the Galaxy Race for the Galaxy Agricola/Caverna
I don't own Scythe, yet, and that might be a bad word here on MD after the Jamie incident. That whole experience turned me off to his game, but there's just so much positive feedback on's hard to not want to try it out.
Mar 3, 2017
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