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Board Games by Space Cowboys

These are the board games published by Space Cowboys.
Splendor board game
Rank: 15
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Jaipur board game
Rank: 26
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T.I.M.E. Stories board game
Rank: 148
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Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective: The Thames Murders & Other Cases board game
Jamaica board game
Rank: 202
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T.I.M.E. Stories: The Marcy Case Expansion board game
Black Fleet board game
Rank: 680
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T.I.M.E Stories: A Prophecy of Dragons board game
Splendor: Cities of Splendor Expansion board game
Via Nebula board game
Rank: 804
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Yes! I played all of them. As for all the deduction games, it depends on many factors: your effort, the people you play with, and how your (group) mind works around the problem. Season One is a simplified version that personally loses a bit of the crazy vibe of the base game and or of Detective: LA. At the same time, it requires less commitment over time since all three cases are standalone. I pretty much enjoyed Natural Causes (in our  gameplay we didn't get the story till the last card), Solid Alibi was good, and Blood and Ink was Ok. I wrote a spoiler-free review on BGG. If you like this, I would definitely recommend trying some others, though the difficulty of the cases is much higher and story much much broader. 
Compared to other similar games,  I found this enough but not too much. The Sherlock Holmes series from Space Cowboys (or the older versions) are often unbeatable, Chronicles of Crime is fun but I find it less and not so immersive (I know, it has AR). I like Watson and Holmes for being quite accessible. 
Let me know what you think when you played.