Games this week

You can use this page to propose games or find players for Thursday evening. To start a new thread post a message in the box at the bottom of the page. To reply to someone else, first hit the ‘reply’ button beneath their message. Please let us know if you expect to arrive after 7:00 so we can keep a place for you.

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10 Responses to Games this week

  1. Andrew says:

    Will be bringing along Glen More II kickstarter again which was faster than expected with 3 last week, so will try a 4 player game, if you have never played the original game, it’s well worth a try. About the same complexity as Wingspan. Looking for 3 new players for a “starter game”

  2. Samantha says:

    Hi

    I’ve popped in a couple of times and would love to join in some more games. I am not a complete novice, however I am seriously out of practice. Will there be any games this week that might be suitable for me to join?

    Thank you

    Regards

    Sam

  3. Steve says:

    Having played A Few Acres of Snow (set in Canada) at the weekend, I’d like to try out Quebec this week. It’s a reasonably well ranked game on BGG but it’s one of those games that I think would be even more popular if it had better artwork / graphic design. The main mechanic is worker-placement-like, with players using their architects to open up the worker locations, which means the available locations change throughout the game. However, there is also an area majority aspect to the game because workers eventually end up in one of 5 scoring areas. At the end of each of the 4 game rounds, the workers score 1 point each but the person with the majority in an area can cascade half of their workers to the next scoring area. I’ve never seen this in another game. There are also leaders (giving special abilities) and historic events which provide some variability. Best with 4-5 players and takes around 75-90 minutes so time for something else afterwards. Let me know if you are interested.

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