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Post by sam_sam » 02 Aug 2020, 15:53

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Post by Heyitslaurenk » 04 Aug 2020, 16:39

Mirkling wrote:
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Haven't seen any threads about board games... I guess this would be the right place to speak about that... Has anyone tried Gloomhaven or Kingdom Death: Monster? It's like playing a video game but with friends around the table. Also Tragedy Looper has a very anime feel to it, it reminded me of Steins Gate.


What board games have you guys played?

Just curious if we are counting generic tabletop games here that don't necessarily feature a "board". Have played Codenames, Munchkin, Werewolf... If we are actually talking actual board games I have played Ticket to Ride a few times :) Also the classics like Monopoly, Trivial Pursuit and Cluedo (Harry Potter version!).

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Post by Buta » 23 Aug 2020, 09:59

I've played some Kingdom Death: Monster. Can't say it is the most accessible game for most players, especially considering how expensive it is. It's enjoyed a lot more when you have a regular group to play with which I don't have.
I've been to the UK Games Expo in Birmingham several times. I own quite a few different tabletop games. I also don't mind playing digital versions.
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