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An evolution over Lost cities... just about the same mechanics However, the tatics cards add a bit too much of chaos, but once you know them all, it's fairly easy to control your opponent can only play one tactics card more than you already have!
One of the all time great two play games, this plays very similarly to Lost Cities, but with a good deal more strategic depth. The theme is pasted on, the production has a very cheap feel, but the "just one more card before I commit" hand management gameplay will keep you coming back for more time and again.
While I don't like Lost Cities, I have a degree of tolerance for this game. The decision space is far larger and more interesting. I get why people really like this game, and I'd willingly play it with someone who suggested it, but it's not on my list of 2p games I'd ever break out on my own.
A set-building game themed to Greek warfare, with lots of opportunity for clever moves and just enough special powers to make the theme work well. It's a bit long and brain-burning to play often, but it's always fun. The iOS version makes the game much more portable and a bit faster. My review of Battle Line can be found here: http://www.boardgamegeek.com/article/4917936
I liked this very much. More fun than Lost Cities and more direct which is what 2 player games should be about. It offers more options than Lost Cities and because of that it was more enjoyable. Still, I am not that fond of card games and it is not one that I would purchase.
A nice break from Lost Cities. It's a great 2p game, and after adding a few house rules this really captured my brain. It feels a lot like a normal card game (rummy, go fish, etc), but it has an additional layer of tactics which goes a long way in keeping it fun.