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Old 14-07-2017, 16:58   #361
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Flamme Rouge looks v good, might give that a whirl

Edit: I lasted 4 hours, ordered
He, he. Not sure whether you are into very heavy games. If so, you'll potentially find Flamme Rouge a bit light for your tastes. But as a fun time of a game that's really easy to teach and allows you to play several races, trying out different strategies quickly, it's really good.

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Old 14-07-2017, 20:55   #362
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Light is good. I've got a 5 and 8 year old who both love games and an inattentive wife
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Old 19-07-2017, 19:39   #363
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First game of Flamme Rouge tonight, 2 player, went down very well
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Old 19-07-2017, 20:33   #364
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Awesome. We played with 3, which gave lots of opportunities for slipstreaming. It seems like the type of game that plays well and with different strategies for different numbers of players.
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I think it'd be better with 3 or 4. We got a bit separated in the middle which reduced the thinking/second guessing, but still worked well and there was only a few spaces in it at the end.

It should stand up well to repeated plays with the various layouts. There's good tension when you reveal and realise your best laid plans have gone to pot
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Old 13-08-2017, 06:33   #366
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In my fourth game of Patchwork - perfection!

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In my fourth game of Patchwork - perfection!

Pretty chuffed with this, +29 buttons.

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