Let's update each other on where are collections are at! (The last post was in mid-March)
Here are my answers:
In case anyone's curious, I still haven't backed #John Company (Second Edition). But I will be buying #Too Many Bones once my family finishes moving this month! With everything that's going on, it's been hectic and I haven't been good about replying to everyone's comments, so I apologize!
#Tapestry has left the building. It'll be a part of my selling spree to prep for the move.
It's definitely not a bad game by any means. It's a nice puzzle of optimizing your resources and the amount of things you can do on a turn increases with each passing round. The tactile experience is great and that makes for a pleasing solo experience. It's also overproduced, but lately dropped to a more approachable price range.
In the end though, it felt like a semi-luxurious puzzle that I don't need.
On my radar
Race to the finish line, shopping for more powerful dice, and making big leaps across the board. One big downside is that it seems to have surprisingly low amount of interaction between players for a game of this type. I've cooled on it after hearing that, but I could see it being a great 4-player game.