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mohamad

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Pipe-mania! [Pipeline]Like| 5 comments | [+]
Played my first game of Dune: Imperium [Dune: Imperium]Like| 9 comments | [+]
Games that spark joy and laughter [The Search for Planet X, The Quacks of Quedlinburg, Bus, Stockpile: Epic Edition, 6 Nimmt!, The Crew: The Quest for Planet Nine]Christmas Like| 9 comments | [+]
Smartphone Inc is a smart game! [Smartphone Inc.]Like| 2 comments | [+]
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Pipe-mania! | Comment

Thanks, there's the designer's smaller game#Curious Cargo that uses a similar pipe concept as well

Completely forgot about Just One, great fun !

We love#Harry Potter: Hogwarts Battle! But most of the time we were cursing at the Death Eaters lol

It is, coupled with a pretty straightforward ruleset makrs me appreciate it even more.

Pipe-mania! | Comment

Great game, it does bend your brain into weird angles with the pipe network

No idea, haven't played Clank!

I do have#Clank! In! Space! on my shelf of opportunity though. 

Pleasure, played it yesterday and loved it. Just posted about it here as well!

  1. Very interested, and probably yes.
  2. #The Crew: The Quest for Planet Nine, lots of laughs, it's quick whereby you can play ten rounds in a row
  3. #Shogun no Katana, lovely theme, great gameplay, positive player interaction, brain burning puzzle on your player board.
  4. (I) #The Search for Planet X (logical deduction done right, love the theme as well), (II) #Viscounts of the West Kingdom (Shem continues to innovate with seemingly basic mechanism, love how you slide the characters across your board plus the light deck-building aspect, the castle and scribing mini-games are also fun), (III) #On Mars (love me some brain burning Vital Lacerda euro-goodness, love the theme, great artwork, and the level of planning that goes into it as well as the positive player interaction of using other players' tech), (IV) #Merv: The Heart of the Silk Road (plays quick, straightforward rules, positive player interaction, and again great artwork by Ian), (V) #Tekhenu: Obelisk of the Sun (love me some dice drafting. Tascini and Turczi have created something special with the dice availabilities: pure, tainted, forbidden. The mini-games around the board are fantastic and the need to balance your die is a genius idea.

So that first paragraph is a quote from the rulebook. Regarding your question, the conflict card would have the name of that region on it, so you'd know whenever has control (if any) of that region.

True, now that you mention it, we've had a lot of fun with #Deception: Murder in Hong Kong and #Secret Hitler

Games that spark joy and laughter [The Search for Planet X, The Quacks of Quedlinburg, Bus, Stockpile: Epic Edition, 6 Nimmt!, The Crew: The Quest for Planet Nine]Christmas Like| 9 comments | [+]
Pipe-mania! [Pipeline]Like| 5 comments | [+]
Smartphone Inc is a smart game! [Smartphone Inc.]Like| 2 comments | [+]
Played my first game of Dune: Imperium [Dune: Imperium]Like| 9 comments | [+]