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Aug 12, 2016
I've been playing hobby board games since a family member brought Dominion to a Christmas gathering in 2009 or so, and I've been hooked ever since! I would strongly recommend you visit a local board game store - many have a play area where they stock public copies so you can try them out. I didn't know what I liked initially, and I made some hasty purchases that weren't ideal. I've found that I'm mostly a eurogame mechanics fan, though I appreciate innovative theme integration too! My current top 10:
1. Le Havre (Rosenberg is probably my favorite game designer) 2. Through the Ages (Haven't played the new one yet, but I can't wait to do so) 3. Castles of Burgundy 4. Agricola 5. Race for the Galaxy 6. Biblios (My favorite "filler" game, with great probability-based decisions, auctions, etc) 7. Food Chain Magnate (Haven't gotten nearly enough plays of this yet) 8. Power Grid 9. Blood Rage (Bit of an outlier-ameritrash game, but it's so well-designed!) 10. Voyages of Marco Polo
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