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3MBG 3 months ago
Sagrada is an odd one for me. It has a lot i love about games. A tight decision space, levers you can pull to adjust your position, and both short and long term planning. Yet for some reason, it rarely hits the table. Azul, Noctiluca and Roll player always seem to step up ahead of it. So, while i like Sagrada, it just hasn't gotten the reps over the years i expected it to. What are some games you own like that. That you like, but they frequently end up being 2nd, 3rd or 4th choices in their own category.
theDL 3 months ago
So far, one of those for us has been #Akrotiri. It's an interesting game, and I like it, but I just brought up the idea to my wife of trading it for something else, since it seems like we never pick it over other games.
philryuh Supporter3 months ago
#The Voyages of Marco Polo is like that for me. It's a solid game--tight, fun manipulation of dice rolls and assigning where to place them, satisfying turns when fulfilling multiple contracts, and very unique variable player powers--but it never comes out because my wife and I prefer playing #Concordia and #Clans of Caledonia
Marshwiggle92 Supporter3 months ago
I haven't played this, but I've wanted to.
I do fear that I wouldn't play it as much as I should. I should maybe see if my wife would be interested.
Also, be into win Sagrada with the 3MBG and Board game atlas partnered giveaway here. Giveaway
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