Top 25 board games of the decade

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Re: Top 25 board games of the decade

Postby GinDragon » Thu Dec 19, 2019 4:14 pm

I believe GWT is actually on the list.

+1 Concordia! I really should try to get this one back to the table one of these days. It doesn't do anything revolutionary, but the way the mechanisms work together just feels like a well oiled machine.

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Re: Top 25 board games of the decade

Postby tombombodil » Thu Dec 19, 2019 4:56 pm

GinDragon wrote:I believe GWT is actually on the list.

+1 Concordia! I really should try to get this one back to the table one of these days. It doesn't do anything revolutionary, but the way the mechanisms work together just feels like a well oiled machine.


The thing that's revolutionary about it is just how much game it gets out of so few rules. There are so many Euro Games that are barely as nuanced and strategic and interesting as Concordia but have 3 or 4 times as many rules.

It doesn't do any big thing different, but it is the most mechanically air tight traditional management game ever, full stop.
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