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    5 KB Board Games every fa/tg/uy should own. Anonymous 06/17/08(Tue)23:59 No.2021992  
    ITT we list board games and why other fa/tg/uys and ca/tg/girls should have them on their shelf.
    >> Open Society of Transparency, /tg/ division leader Elbert "Edward" Higginbottom !CF3MHARUHI 06/18/08(Wed)00:00 No.2022001
    Settlers of Catan
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 06/18/08(Wed)00:00 No.2022004
    Heroquest - because its fucking Hero Quest
    >> ZombiePanda !l/UpXGV2uE 06/18/08(Wed)00:01 No.2022011
    Kobolds ate my Babies. good generic frantic fun with friends.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:01 No.2022012
    Betrayal of House on the Hill.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:01 No.2022015
    It's a classic. And while there are a bunch of great variants (2210, Godstorm etc) are fun, Classic Risk simply cannot be beat.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:01 No.2022017
    board games are for people with friends
    >> Open Society of Transparency, /tg/ division leader Elbert "Edward" Higginbottom !CF3MHARUHI 06/18/08(Wed)00:01 No.2022020
    Hell yeah, i picked that up for £3.50 at a charity shop, came with everything it should do plus 3 painted genestealers.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:03 No.2022031
    Settlers of catan.
    Its an awesome game, takes very little time to explain to new players, and has a moderate amount of strategy.
    Diplomacy/and-or/ Rail Baron
    This is the game you bring out when you have way too many friends. rules arguments, corner cases, and general backstabbing galore in these.
    a Beer-and-pretzels survival horror game. fun times abound.
    Redneck Life
    I highly reccomend this game. hilarious fun. it's not so much who wins, it's more who loses the least. the player with the most teeth at the end of the game wins!
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:03 No.2022032
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    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:03 No.2022035
    Advanced HeroQuest
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:03 No.2022036
    2210 is the superiour version of Risk.

    Also, Game of Thrones.
    >> Settlers of Catan Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:05 No.2022054
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    Resource management, trading, and completely different each time you play, but the game is simple enough to learn the first time you play.

    I couldn't tell you the number of times the epithets flew when we moved the robber on to someone's best producing tile.

    It's got a few expansions that allow for even more play options. Cities and Knights and The River and Fishermen are the ones I have, I want to get Seafarers and see how that one is.

    Only one problem, the base game is for 4 people max. To play with more you got to buy a player expansion for another 20 bucks, and it's the same for each expansion.

    Still, it's one of the best board games around.
    >> korik1 06/18/08(Wed)00:06 No.2022063

    It's a great game of intelligence and creativity.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:07 No.2022079
    seafarers adds islands to tthe game, which adds yet another strategy for expansion. in the orignal game, some players can get blocked off completely, and resort to alternative ways to win (development cards). with seafarers, the players stuck on the edges can move off and get to the islands.
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 06/18/08(Wed)00:08 No.2022085
    Yep, its great.
    >> Carcassonne Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:09 No.2022090
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    The simplest board game I have ever played, but one of the ones with the most strategy. Premise is just match the tiles to complete geographical features. Use your followers (Meeples) to claim features. Gain points, repeat until all the tiles are gone.

    There are like 5 or 6 expansions for this, which I do not have yet, but I do have them on the XBox Live Arcade, and each one adds a new dimension to the game. The expansions are about $15-20 depending on the store you find them at, and I'll be getting a few in the next few weeks.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:10 No.2022096
    "calabozo" if you're a spic. it's the same game, but in matadorspeak and for 1/4 the price.
    >> Lord Licorice 06/18/08(Wed)00:10 No.2022097

    Fourthed on Settlers. Last Night on Earth is a pretty fun zombie board game. I don't feel the energy to describe it, but it's four heroes against one or two players in charge of moving the zombies around. The zombies usually win, but that just means the humans have a challenge.
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 06/18/08(Wed)00:13 No.2022115
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    My group likes this one.
    Next contribution is Dragonstrike, if only for the videotape.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:13 No.2022123
    >2210 is the superiour version of Risk.

    Seconded, thirded, fourthed and fifthed, on account of everyone in my gaming group agrees.

    To add to the list: Arkham Horror, Princes of Florence and Carcassone. Also, for the two or three of you who don't already know about it: www.boardgamegeek.com
    >> Alhambra Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:21 No.2022195
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    This game is like a hybrid of Catan and Carcassonne. Each player plays off of his own field, but they all use the same 'bank' of parts.

    Each player is dealt money until they hit 20 or more total. Then 4 money cards are dealt face up. Each player places their fountain piece in front of them, and then 4 building tiles are placed in the reserve. You can only buy a tile from the reserve if you have the right amount of money, in the same color of the spot on the reserve. If you have the exact amount, you can buy again. There is money reserve there as well, you can take multiple money cards if the total is less than 5, or any one card of any denomination.
    You can play a card immediately on your Alhambra, or place it in a reserve to be used later.

    This game has fucking TONS of strategy, like buying pieces that you don't need just to keep them away from other people.Scoring happens in 3 phases, that pop in during money replenishment.

    This is probably my favorite boardgame.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:23 No.2022221
    Arkahm Horror.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:23 No.2022223
    This thread needs more Dread Pirate. Possibly also Stratego.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:24 No.2022230
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    I fucking LOVE Arkham Horror.

    In fact, we have played it probably 5 times in a row one night.

    There's a reason for that though. It takes like a goddamn half hour to set up, and 20 minutes to play.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:29 No.2022269
    Shogun. At least, it was called that, but after copyright issues it was renamed to something else. It was basically Risk with the learning curve jacked up a few notches.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:29 No.2022270
    Axis and Allies. The only board game that takes longer than Monopoly to finish.

    Also any and all Cheapass games.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:31 No.2022287
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:32 No.2022297

    Oh shit, that game is awesome. Except half the time, some fucking flying monster is out within two turns and fucks your shit up.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:33 No.2022303
    One word.

    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:33 No.2022305
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    Dark Tower.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:34 No.2022313
    >20 minutes to play.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:35 No.2022317

    Worst game ever, unless you play with fudge dice.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:36 No.2022325
    Naw man, you just gotta know how to adjust it. Economic Monopoly. Allow people to 'invest' in properties, allowing them to get a cut from the profits, and other awesome rules.
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 06/18/08(Wed)00:37 No.2022329
    I need to get that. A lot of people who share my gaming interests like it.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:37 No.2022336
    Sometimes it takes less, sometimes more. But if you get the right combo of investigators and GOO, it can be done in 10 minutes.

    Our longest game was about 45 minutes, which we ultimately lost.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:39 No.2022342

    I've got one, but it's broken. I've had it since I was 5 years old. I use it as terrain at the moment.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:39 No.2022343

    Well, half of Board Game Geek is now out for your blood.

    I've had games of Arkham Horror last twenty minutes. When you're just starting out and not quite sure what to do (or have a bad team dynamic) the game can rape you. Hard. Like it know what it's doing. Seriously, I think mine's alive.
    >> d20modernfag 06/18/08(Wed)00:39 No.2022345
    Citadels. A game of strategy, social engineering, and resource management. Pick your role each turn, use its unique powers to get ahead and complete the construction of your city before anyone else does.
    Life, because it's funny.
    Key to the Kingdom, zomg board flipping madness. (D&D the boardgame, basically)
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:39 No.2022346
    >Our longest game was about 45 minutes, which we ultimately lost.
    >Our longest game was about 45 minutes
    >longest game... 45 minutes
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:41 No.2022354

    Oops, the "out for your blood" comment was directed at the Monopoly guy.

    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 06/18/08(Wed)00:41 No.2022355
    >Life, because it's funny.
    >Key to the Kingdom, zomg board flipping madness. (D&D the boardgame, basically)
    With the whirlpool? I remember that one.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:41 No.2022357
    surprised nobody said 40K yet
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 06/18/08(Wed)00:42 No.2022364
    Because its not a boardgame? Then again, there's always Warhammer Quest, and Space Hulk.
    >> d20modernfag 06/18/08(Wed)00:43 No.2022368
    Pirates of the Caribbean edition has a hilarious kraken mechanic, and you can carry out raids on other players.
    >> Fish of Muu 06/18/08(Wed)00:44 No.2022374
    That's not a 'board' game.

    I'm not too surprised nobody said Ticket to Ride yet. It's a great game, and your girlfriend will like it and not ruin it.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:45 No.2022382
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:46 No.2022389
    House rule Monopoly is just about the only way to play it anymore.

    Taxes and payments go to Free Parking.
    Roll 4 fudge dice to get total movement (4 forward or backward, or anything in between including staying put, but you must encounter the space again)
    To get out of jail, must pay 50 or roll all 4 fudge dice the same face. If you don't make it on the third roll, you must pay 100 to get out of jail. You cannot collect rent in jail.
    If you land on another player, you can choose to mug them. Roll against them with standard dice. If you win, you get the difference in the rolls in dollars. If they win, they can choose to either take 5 dollars from you, or put you in jail.

    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 06/18/08(Wed)00:46 No.2022390
    Those require a dc 15 lore check.
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    I almost bought that tonight, but shied away because it looked a bit kid like.

    So it's good?
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:50 No.2022421

    Oh yes, it's quite fun.

    Enjoy getting angry at your friends for cutting off the fastest way from new york to seattle but not being able to say anything about it or else they'll know that's what you're aiming for.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:51 No.2022426
    rolled 6 = 6

    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:52 No.2022440
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    What can I say. We work well together.

    I can't believe I didn't mention Talisman. One of the best board games EVAR. I will say don't buy it now though, wait until November and get the FFG version that should be out then. But it's one of the best games ever. If you can get on ebay and find 2E and a few expansions -- well, there's a lot worse things you could buy.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:54 No.2022458
    damn, i sucked on that check
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 06/18/08(Wed)00:55 No.2022464
    You post on 4chan, its a given.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)00:57 No.2022473
    Have to get it then. That and Puerto Rico, which I've been wanting to play for a long time, just never gotten around to it.
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 06/18/08(Wed)00:59 No.2022486
    I still need to get my group to play Settlers of Catan.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)01:04 No.2022513
    Yes. Yes you do. There is no excuse for them not having played it. You must beat them with blunt objects until they capitulate and play.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)01:05 No.2022518
    So, you want to try some of these games, but can't find them or convince your friends to play? Never fear. From BGG, a list of games that have been adapted into free (for the most part) software.


    Just to throw my two cents, Hive is a fun, fast game.
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 06/18/08(Wed)01:05 No.2022522
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    I'd rather not do that. They're much bigger than I am.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)01:07 No.2022534
    A guy in college tried to get some of us to play Settlers. "It's easy," he says, "You'll learn as you go." He then proceeded to rape us all in every aspect of the game.

    I've never wanted to play since. What a dick.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)01:08 No.2022539

    I'm in a conundrum there, because my LGS is currently having a sale, and their copy of Talisman (Which i think is 3rd ed) is only £10, rather than £50... but, will it be obsolete in only a few months anyway?
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 06/18/08(Wed)01:10 No.2022547
    There are people who still play the older ones. You should be able to play it without problems.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)01:10 No.2022549

    Hence the blunt objects. Just keep a nice flanged mace behind your back and crack them in the knees when they're distracted. Then they'll be on even ground.

    In any case, Catan must be played.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)01:10 No.2022554
    Yuki-man is pretty fucking tall.
    >> d20modernfag 06/18/08(Wed)01:11 No.2022557
    That goes for all the other guys who try getting me to play a new game. Completely owning me at it and then acting puzzled when I don't want to play it again is lulz. Way to instill an interest in mastering the game.
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    Included for sheer awesomeness, Vid Related


    We need to make a campaign setting or at least an adventure-arc environment from this place.
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    Attack Vector: Tactical
    About as real as you can get for space wargaming. Most of the math's been done for you, and it's fairly easy to play. Great game for all you wannabe Enders and Beans out there.
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 06/18/08(Wed)01:13 No.2022568
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    I'll try to talk them into it first. It might get harder to get together for gaming if I beat them with a blunt object. We meet infrequently enough as it is.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)01:13 No.2022572

    Oh god, do not get 3rd edition if you can help it.

    Trust me, it's not a good first experience, and there's a reason it's only £10.

    It was obsolete when it came out.

    But the 3rd edition did come with plastic figures, so you could always get it, and take the figures out, then trash the rest or something.

    Wait until winter for the Fantasy Flight Games version, or try to find a 4th edition, or 2nd edition.

    Trust me, you'll be fucking glad you did.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)01:14 No.2022574
    lol viral marketing

    also, not a boardgame
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 06/18/08(Wed)01:16 No.2022578
    I actively try to lose at games that I'm teaching to new people. Then again, I still can't win at Carcassone.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)01:18 No.2022596

    Yeah, that can be a bitch. It can run the other way too, though. I had a guy get fuming mad at me when he realized I was going easy on him because it was his first time playing.

    That's why when I'm teaching a new game I try to get as many new players in as possible and just sit off to the side. I'll act as a rules referee and try to offer help to everybody equally. I've found that this arrangement usually results in the least amount of butthurt when someone loses.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)01:18 No.2022597

    You won't get any better if you're mollycoddled.

    Seriously, what's to be expected? You're playing a person who has much more experience.

    I do try to tell the new people what mistakes they are making and so on, but I don't particularly take it easy on them. Of course, I've yet to have someone lose interest either.
    >> I fucking love Jerry Pournelle Dichotomy 06/18/08(Wed)01:19 No.2022601
    Well, damn. Having Jerry say that your space combat is awesome is like getting Jesus to personally vouch for your celibacy.

    Gonna have to try this out.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)01:21 No.2022608
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)01:22 No.2022613
    Arkham horror takes my group about 4 hours to finish. We play with the Durnwhich Expansion and usually have about 6 players.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)01:22 No.2022615
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    /thread imho
    >> d20modernfag 06/18/08(Wed)01:22 No.2022620
    Without going into a rant, I will agree with you in principle.

    In practice, on the other hand, you're going into the game with the explicit goal of introducing someone to a game they've never played before, and with the implicit goal of getting them interested in playing the game again. Both sides know the new guy is going to lose (barring a game that relies on chance for most of its mechanics), the challenge is in making that loss as enjoyable for the other guy as possible.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)01:23 No.2022625

    Everytime I play this everyone ignores farms except for me. I got a farm worth nearly 80 points once.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)01:25 No.2022634
    Cosmic Encouter for the fucking lulz.

    I cannot tell you how many insane games we have had of this. With over 100 unique powers you get some craaaaaazy combinations.
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 06/18/08(Wed)01:27 No.2022643
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    I started trying this in the last game I played. Most of the guys at the table keep fighting over huge cities, because of all the points they're worth.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)01:27 No.2022646

    Its damn epic. i loved it.
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    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)01:30 No.2022667
    You would think that, but we just introduced another guy to Catan a couple weeks ago and he won his first game. We were not taking it easy on him either.

    I was actually pretty pissed, we were both sitting at 9 points, he buys a development card, passes the turn along, I play out and think I've won. Turns out the Dev card he bought was a damned chapel. He thought he couldn't 'use' it until the next turn. Technically true of most dev cards.

    They key is being fair with the explanations, telling them a trick or two, letting them see how you're playing.
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 06/18/08(Wed)01:32 No.2022683
    Never played it.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)01:33 No.2022685
    Because you're a fucking git
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)01:33 No.2022686
    >telling them a trick or two

    This is what the guy never did for me. He just went and *did* all the tricks, leaving me to go, "Wait, why did you do that?"
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)01:33 No.2022687

    actually i've never played 3d chess either, i just meant regular chess
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)01:34 No.2022697

    I got a board for that from my grandmother,come with a Star Trek book and some certificate of authenticity.

    Dumb version of chess.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)01:35 No.2022707
    Well sir, that guy was a dick.
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    Kill Dr. Fucking Lucky is tons of fun.


    Twilight Imperium! Fuck yeah!
    Masters Of Orion without a computer, fucking game takes forever to explain if a new player wants to check it out ,though.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)04:52 No.2023938
    I used to play Space Hulk, then forgot about it.

    Years later I got interested again and wanted to get the expansions,of course my local store had none, the system having died by now.

    So I drove to a Games Workshop store and asked if there's any backstock left or something, the guys there just laughed.
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    Fucking DUNE. It's all available in .pdf for FREE
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)04:55 No.2023953
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    Also PUERTO RICO if you have at least three players. Who aren't complete fucktards. Having idiots seated to your left is as bad in PR as it is in Blackjack. Which is BAD.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)06:32 No.2024340
    This is what I prefer to do, but we usually had trouble just getting enough players for whatever. I can't just go easy on them because I'm ordinarily far too good at strategy games and they call me on it.

    So we tend to play a lot of nomic-type chaosfucks instead.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)07:19 No.2024499
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)10:04 No.2025118

    This winter. The Black Industries version was very good, but the counters were hard to see and it had a couple mistakes on cards and the board, but it plays like 2E did, which is a good thing.

    Fantasy Flight is supposed to be giving you new counters, more cards and the cool thing is, if you aren't adverse to using older stuff, they'll have an 'upgrade' for the 4E game that will bring it up to speed with the new version they're releasing this winter.

    I'm getting the big version and donating my 4E game to my FLGS so more people can enjoy Talisman.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)10:09 No.2025137
    And its an awesome game for 5-6 players (3-4 is okay, but its more fun to be a bastard with more people to fuck over).
    and this is also useful
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)13:56 No.2026278
    bump for /tg/ content that is not fail.
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 06/18/08(Wed)14:47 No.2026569
    I've heard a rumor that Fantasy Flight got the rights to the boardgame, but will be doing it based on the Twilight Imperium universe.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)15:45 No.2026934
    Always a classic. I actually have my mother's PRISTINE-condition copy from the 50's.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)15:47 No.2026941
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    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 06/18/08(Wed)16:17 No.2027092
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    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)16:33 No.2027191
    Seconding Betrayal at House on the Hill. Scary action fun for all ages (even my 10-year old female cousin loves it), every game is different (it has 50 possible missions) and each playthrough takes about an hour with no setup, so you can play two or three missions in a night.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)16:54 No.2027278
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    I totally suggest Descent. It's like a new HeroQuest, and with the expansions and everything, it's hot a buttload of characters and settings, and you can use pieces to make your own dungeon crawls. Not to mention that the DM actually gets to play too (he draws cards and plays monsters and traps against the players) so playing the DM is something people WANT to do instead of not wanting to.

    Otherwise Arkham Horror (which kicks ass)
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    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)17:16 No.2027395
    I found Spacefarers of Catan to be more fun, even if its less Eurogamey.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)17:19 No.2027413

    in before some faggot mistakes those imperial fists for angry fags
    >> Pepper 06/18/08(Wed)17:48 No.2027554
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)17:54 No.2027601
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    Because, well, lasers...
    >> Open Society of Transparency, /tg/ division leader Elbert Higginbottom !CF3MHARUHI 06/18/08(Wed)17:57 No.2027617
    Hell yeah, Egyptian laser beams.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)18:01 No.2027653
    First laser clerics, now laser chess?
    En passant is now an encounter ability, and castling is a daily?
    Do they have healing surges? What prestige classes are available?
    How much exp do you gain for winning a game?
    Despite my horrible joke, I'm interested.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)18:04 No.2027677
    Ninja Burger
    Burgers and ninjas: what's not to love?
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)18:04 No.2027679
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    Lasers. Mirrors.
    Really, do you NEED to know more?
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)18:11 No.2027732
    I've got "Key to the Kingdom" as well as "Tower of the Wizard King" in my closet.
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)18:14 No.2027756
    i had a computer game kinda like this. there were laser splitters and there laser condensers and laser absorbers and all the pawns had one reflective surface. you could make a move and turn a piece, or turn two pieces a per turn, i think. it was awesome.
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 06/18/08(Wed)18:14 No.2027757
    The Geek is your friend:
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)18:16 No.2027778
    It looks cool, but I'd fear for any game that needs undamaged mirrors not to blind my ass. I can't count how many game components I've dropped/sat on/spilt beer on.
    >> Anonymous, Xom's Champion !!0aKrfPDoCW4 06/18/08(Wed)18:16 No.2027779
    The Geek is your friend:
    >> Anonymous 06/18/08(Wed)18:21 No.2027805
    >>Online Play
    >>http://www.ascendingintegration.com/Khet/ (Silverlight)


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