First Play of Keyflower
"She may not look like much, but she's got it where it counts."
I got to play Keyflower last night and wow, it's great. Definitely a nifty take on worker placement. instead of placing on a specific location to do an action (which is also a thing here), you place them to bid on tiles and build your town. And workers are shared, in that you can place your worker(s) on a tile to do the action, and whoever wins/owns that tile gets those workers for the next round. There's some good thought in the decisions here, and while it may not look like much on the table, it plays so well.
Anyone else play Keyflower--or any other of the "Key" games? I'd love to hear your thoughts on this and the others in the series.