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Board Games by Keymaster Games

These are the board games published by Keymaster Games.
PARKS board game
83
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Campy Creatures board game
70
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Control board game
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Rank: 1692
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Caper board game
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PARKS: Nightfall Expansion board game
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Space Park board game
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PARKS Memories: Mountaineers board game
Campy Creatures: Expansion I board game
PARKS Memories: Plains Walker board game
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Campy Creatures: Conversion Edition board game
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It's a good solid Light-Mid weight game that provides an interesting twist on worker placement. It was my first kickstarter backing and I believe Keymaster games did a very nice production. I mainly backed it because it had amazing art and was about one of my other favorite hobbies...hiking. After watching a couple playthroughs of the game I felt like it had enough game play to be intriguing enough for me to like (it had to be tough to make a board game about hiking in parks). I haven't been able to bring it to the table enough for multiplayer games and have mostly played solo. The solo really surprised me with how crunchy each movement can be in the game. This is all provided by the movement of the bot (the Rangers). It is one of my favorite solo games to play. I wish that I could play it more with others though. 

It has good variability overall with all aspects of the game and that gives it a good replay-ability aspect. The beautiful production of the whole game is a good bonus. Mechanics work well, although still testing that out in multiplayer form. It doesn't produce a wonderfully exact thematic game (which I love thematic games) but granted the game is about hiking in national parks so it's a bit hard to carry that throughout but I believe it does very well at having that theme where they do. I think the biggest hook for me in this game is that it is a good worker placement game put into a fun, beautiful setting, and that works for me. Also, I usually play more solo games than with others and the solo version works really well in this game. As mentioned above every move is a wonderful brain exercise.

I have initially rated this game an 8 out of 10 (solo rating would be higher) but this could go higher with more multiplayer plays. Will have to wait and see.