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In this game you flip cards with numbers on one side and features on the other. You have to write the numbers sequentially into your subdivision trying to match and stack features for bonus points. As with most roll and writes there isn't much player interaction.
This was a hit the first time I played it with my friends. It's quick to setup and play. Good game for just about all ages and gives lots of ways to win. Might have to institute a time limit per turn for those who have major AP.
Welcome to... checks every box! Affordable, simple rules, non-confrontational play, roll and write, quick, easy to introduce to new players and remains competitive with avid gamers. What is there not to like about this game?? I'd recommend this game to any of my friends.
We made a 50's playlist on Spotify for when we play this. We have different colored pens for fences, pools, parks, etc. We love this game and I can't wait to get the Halloween Expansion.
This doesn't replace Railroad Ink for me but it sure scratches a different itch among the roll & write genre. As usual with these types of games, there's accessibility in quick setup and low learning curve. Offers relaxing downtime and benefit of being a less thinky game when you just want to relax after work. The theme is brilliant and I could see lots of replay value because it offers many different routes of strategy.
I've recognized two things thanks to Welcome To. 1) It gives players a lot more choices than most games in the genre. Head and shoulders above other R&Ws in that regard. I'll happily play it when someone offers. 2) R&Ws just aren't my genre. I think I'm done exploring this fad.