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This one was a Christmas gift. As it was highly recommended on The Dice Tower podcast, was quite curious to play this one. The experience itself was okay. It's a fun little filler and an enjoyable game from time to time. At the same time, quite forgettable.Verdict: undecided.
Perhaps the best filler I have ever played. Plays amazingly quickly, rules are simple, and yet has tough decisions to make. Seating order can disadvantage you on crucial rounds, though.
A fun, quick, and light filler that presents each player with a variety of interesting choices. Remarkably, I find luck to be a very small factor in this. Bidding and the inherent interactions provide shrewd players with an edge, I believe. Very simple and very well done, in my opinion.
This game is better than the rating I gave it. For Sale is a game that does one thing, but it does that one thing well. The reason I have it rated slightly lower than it's potential (probably around an 8 or so) is because the one thing it does well isn't something that piques my interest. I'll still play it regularly, especially if someone asks. For Sale simply revolves around bidding for things. It's not real-time, so there's nothing crazy going on. In fact, it devolves to some number-crunching for a good majority of the game. So basically, if bidding and medium-level number-crunching sounds like your slice of heaven, this will probably be about an 8 or 9 for you.
Classic two part game of bidding on houses and then blind bidding to sell them. Great art, scales well, and the way the two parts of the game interact is just plain fun. My go-to filler game.
Ok filler, but feels like it's missing that something that makes a game relly good.The two halves of the game are different enough that it feels a bit schizophrenic, but it is still fun and quick enough to sty enjoyable.
This game can be explained in a short amount of time and can be played in about 15 minutes. An excellent way to spend some time laughing with others. 2007-11-08 - Bought 2017-09-16 - Bought 3rd copy starlitcitadel; it's the mini version
Bid for cards with values ranging from 1-30. Then, players simultaneously lay down the cards they've won to try and win checks ranging in value from 0-15k. A lot of fun trying to outguess others. UPDATE: I suck at psychology.
Quick and simple, but loaded with extremely interesting decisions. The auction mechanic is very compelling, and there is a little push your luck aspect there too. The selling portion is slightly less interesting, but extremely tense. Final scoring is usually very tight. But, once players get a knack for the unusual auction style it slowly becomes more luck driven and therefore less fun.