Pandemic Legacy: Season 1 board game
Pandemic Legacy: Season 1 board game

Pandemic Legacy: Season 1

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The world is on the brink of disaster. In Pandemic Legacy, your disease-fighting team must keep four deadly diseases at bay for a whole year. Each month will bring new surprises, and your actions in each game will have repercussions on the next. Will you let cities fall to the diseases? Will your team be enough to keep the viruses at bay for a whole year? Craft your own unique Pandemic experience with Pandemic Legacy.

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  • Oh-- just yes. I loved, loved, loved playing through this. I do have Pandemic and this was a different enough experience that I'd completely recommend it.
  • In April now.
  • Our Gaming group had a really good time playing this game, we are excited for Season 2. I don't think i would play season 1 again though, as fun as it was. I loved the original a lot, and i think Legacy season 1 was a lot more fun, it kind of makes the original a little obsolete.
  • Amazing legacy experience for one of my family favorite game. It takes a good game to an amazing level. Highly recommended.
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  • I am uncertain. #Inis looks interesting, but I don't know much about it. The artwork is nice, but I'm not sure how it plays.
  • If I had $200 to spend right now (about £120?) I'd probably go for a couple of more expensive games simply because I tend to justify buying the smaller games that my family will play with me anyway. I'm not too sure what specific games, though. Perhaps #Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Change Is Constant and #Pandemic Legacy: Season 1 or #Clank! Legacy: Acquisitions Incorporated?
  • I'm willing to give most games a try, and I'm not sure I have any strict preferences. Most of those games look interesting but none that I would be desperate to get hold of right now. If I won one of them, I would likely spend days or weeks checking reviews and playthroughs, and I might consider trading it instead to someone who *really* wants it rather than opening it up myself.

Good fun this week!

#Raiders of the North Sea with the expansion #Raiders of the North Sea: Fields of Fame - tried with 5 people and have to say it's not ideal. Too many people...

#Root hit the table with Vagabond taking the win! Need to work on my Woodland Alliance strategy

#Tiny Epic Galaxies is a recent buy and very happy with it. Great little game.

The highlight goes to #Pandemic Legacy: Season 0 which we started the campaign with the same 4 people that did #Pandemic Legacy: Season 1 and #Pandemic Legacy: Season 2. Played only January so far, but EXCELLENT! Amazing fun.

#Gloomhaven is a great game... expensive but for all that game in the box, still solid value. A great "kitchen sink" game where so many mechanisms add up to a game that keeps you intertested and occupied for 100+ hours. Good solo or with 2+. The best solo/cooperative game in existence? Probably yes.

#Terraforming Mars is outstanding as well... even with just the base game there's a lot of replayability in the box and with the multitude of expansions, replayability is further extended. The best competitive game in existence? Probably yes.

#Pandemic Legacy: Season 1 is a great "experience game" and is a perfect example of the Legacy concept. A great game for 2-4 to enjoy sessions of narrative/campaign gaming together. 


That would pretty much eat up all of the $200... but you'd have pretty much the best competitive, co-operative and "experience" game in existence. Money well spent.

Concordia is one of my favourites and I like Five Tribes and Viticulture but there's no obligation for anyone else to like them.

For example, I won't play #Pandemic unless my group REALLY wants to.  We played 14 games of #Pandemic Legacy: Season 1 in a short period and I've had enough of it.  Maybe one of the new versions would be ok to play but I'm kind of done with it.

But yeah, lists are fun to start conversation or as starting points to find cool new games! :)