Do you have games in your collection that seem to take forever to get to the table? What are they and what are your reasons? What would it take to get to it?
I have 2 games that are taking the longest time to come out.
- #Pax Pamir (Second Edition) - I know for sure my wife and I won't be playing this one together so I've been meaning to solo it. I told myself that I won't be leaving the office today until I make sure to get in a play. The biggest hurdle is going through the rules. This game is so compact and has so little footprint considering its depth, and I have a feeling that I'll like it a lot if I give it several chances.
- #Agricola (Revised Edition) - I've watched a review. I typically have zero issue with reading through rules unless it's horribly put together. I've yet to even open up the box though. My wife and I can play games together maybe once every two weeks, so our favorite games tend to get the priority. So far, #Concordia and #Clank! Legacy: Acquisitions Incorporated are at the top and we're still wanting to give #Gloomhaven: Jaws of the Lion a chance. I've also been meaning to introduce #Skulk Hollow to her so that it could potentially become our favorite to play within 45 min (we typically don't play any games that play under an hour because they're too light for us. I personally find Skulk Hollow to be a meatier game that still plays fast).