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Old 21-03-2017, 21:11   #341
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I'd love to try it but can't find a copy anywhere 😫

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Old 22-03-2017, 09:07   #342
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Old 28-03-2017, 20:20   #343
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I've played 3 games of 7 Wonders Duel now with my son and we absolutely love it.

It's pretty mean but what a beautifully balanced and varied game it is. Each has played out differently so far and there's no sign of a go to strategy, you've got to play it as you see it each time.
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Old 03-04-2017, 01:33   #344
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Bought Watson & Holmes after the Shut Up & Sit Down review of it. Not played it yet, but it looks fantastic.
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Played Escape The Curse of the Temple over the past few days whilst off work. The soundtracks are good and add to the atmosphere. The game can be a frantic with everyone rolling 5 dice at the same time and trying to figure out how you should work together is fun. The basic game game seems to be fairly simple but I managed to get the Big Box edition and the expansions look like they will be fun and quite challenging.
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Old 03-05-2017, 12:16   #346
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Played Escape The Curse of the Temple over the past few days whilst off work. The soundtracks are good and add to the atmosphere. The game can be a frantic with everyone rolling 5 dice at the same time and trying to figure out how you should work together is fun. The basic game game seems to be fairly simple but I managed to get the Big Box edition and the expansions look like they will be fun and quite challenging.
I have the big box too (after ordinary having the base game and upgrading). Not found opportunity to play it yet, but enjoyed the base and was left wanting more so made sense!
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I have the big box too (after ordinary having the base game and upgrading). Not found opportunity to play it yet, but enjoyed the base and was left wanting more so made sense!
You will enjoy it I'm sure! Have just played some of the modules and the rule which says any dice falling off the table are lost for good had me at my wits end
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I kicked arse at Terra Mystica last night, winning by one point! I was leading most of the game but then the end game scoring caused everyone to catch up, but I pulled a three pointer out of the bag and limped back into first place
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Looks like there's a fair bit going on.....!
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Picked up Pandemic Iberia at the UK Games Expo. Love the additional actions and feel to the game and has re-energised Pandemic for me.
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Kingdomino. Our new favourite light family game. The kids absolutely love it.
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I've been playing that too, pretty fun for everyone. Annoyingly on a cottage holiday in Devon and the weather has been amazing and the kids have been a pain at going to bed, so no games yet... So far
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