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#problematic cos of imperialist objectives, really enjoyed it though.
not as good as regular flavoured
we might have played pandemic after catan
It was rather fun
My girlfriend is a scientist so I want to win and say "and that proves conclusively that I am the best at science"
its a cooperative game
gonna have to send it back
actually no, it was Havana, just afterwards, in another pub
First round I've won for a while.
Mrs' dad owns it. Its surprisingly not abysmal
put your hands all over his body?
Also dug out Talisman from the loft last year and talked the boy into playing it with me, for the first time in about 20 years.
My friend Matt won.
it is very complex.
Seem to remember some teething issues in the last board game thread?
I bought the first expansion which has some useful cards to flesh out possible tactics.
we've not played it in a while though...
Think the beers had taken hold by that time. I remember a lot of 3 letter words on the board.
did very badly
Might play one this evening though, so that will settle that.
Pandemic with the expansion pack. Our collection of boards games is getting crazy now. They take up a huge unit in the front room.
The DC deck building game is also a favourite at the moment, mainly as I never seem to lose.
Boss Monster is also great.
The one where one of you is a bioterrorist? Really want to give that a go if its any good.
is essential, imo.
It's far too easy without it.
wanted to play it online against my wife, but couldn't find one that didn't look rubbish, actually loaded, or both. would totally buy an app version if you could do multiplayer on it, but the official one seems to be local wifi only? don't understand why they don't have a proper version like Scrabble does: charge a quid, charge 60p for additional boards, achieve a profit easily.
Not a fan. It's not the same if you can't wave a fistful of Monopoly money at your opponents.
although it doesn't have an actual board
for boards, it'd be snakes and ladders
safe to say neither child has mastered the art of losing gracefully yet