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Seems like a fun dexterity game. Would love to try this one out. Thanks for posting.

That was facinating to watch and thank you for the comparison.  I did not even know of the existence of #Carrom until this post.  I think we will enjoy #Crokinole a little more in our house but it is nice to be aware of a different game in case it takes off.  I think my son (who like more dexterity type games #ICECOOL #Fireball Island: The Curse of Vul-Kar )  will really enjoy #Crokinole in particular.  I grabbed a copy as a family gift for Christmas this year and have to try and patiently wait till then to break it out.

I don't spend any real time in FLGS, Oxford does have a nice board game cafe - Thirsty meeples, that I have been to a handful of times and is a really nice place, but me and others I know have enough games between us that we rarely need to vsist, although it does make for a nice evening from time to time. 

In a superpark I would love to have staff running mega-games, just gathering a bunch of people and then organising it for them, I think could be a really cool aspect. That and giant/more interactive versions of some party games: #Sushi Go! with actual sushi, giant versions of dexterity games. #Zombicide with nerf guns etc.

I also enjoyed that podcast episode a lot! 

I have such a list of games that I want to get to the table with 4+ people, as have been solely two-player for a year at this point. But if I had to choose I think the following would be my first game night post-covid:

We'd start with a quick game of #Flamme Rouge, it's great at two but there would be so many more hilarious interactions at four, plus it can play in twenty minutes so is a nice straightforward intro game to get everyone's brain working. 

Ideally, then another friend would turn up late so I could follow that up with game of #No Honor Among Thieves at 5 players. It's a superb game of negotiation and betrayal to really shatter the friendships with people I haven't seen for months. In actuality the betrayals don't feel bad as they are mechanically baked into the game and happen enough that it doesn't feel as much of a gut punch as some games.

Finally, I'd get everyone to be friends again I'd get them all playing a game of #Catacombs (Third Edition), an excellently thematic dexterity dungeon crawler. Doesn't take too much thought so a good one to end on.


I also am desperate to organise a day/weekend of #Twilight Imperium: Fourth Edition for a group of my uni friends, so there's that.

I keep buying dexterity games, and keep having to sell them because they just don't go over well with my family.  This one looks fun, have you tried #Meeple Circus?  

Thanks for the review! I was just thinking I do need some more dexterity games in my life..

I'm not even sure I'd call it a dexterity game. It has stacking, but there isn't really a chance element. You don't have to balance things carefully and what not. 

That's you have any recommendations for good dexterity games?

#Kushi Express is, in my opinion, the greatest dexterity game

As an intro to the genre? I'd say #ICECOOL or #Flick Em Up! if you're wanting something easy and quick to get into with your friends. If you're wanting dexterity games that have to do with balance, #Men At Work is a good one too.

I think my preference would be... #Flick Em Up!

I've actually been on the lookout for a flicking game too, and I'll likely go with #Flip Ships for the family.