Matthew's game order
> Princes of FlorenceI'd get this one for sure. Not as much player
interaction as I would normally like in the game, but
despite that fact, it has several paths to victory
contrary to some opinions and decent replay value.
> For SaleGood filler that improves on Raj/Hols der Geir
> Kuhhandel*A game that I admire in general, but one that I feel
has an endgame problem that leaves me with a sour
taste when I play it. I think there is a fairly easy
variant for the end game out there some place. Andrew
has some ideas that are worth trying
> David & Goliath*Cool/non intuitive trick traking game that competes
with too many other cool/non intuitive trick taking
games. I like it quite a bit though.
> Pacal*Sounds like a good two player game that is on my buy
> Get the GoodsA game that sat on my shelf for two years before I
finally played it. I taught my mother and brother
over the holidays and they loved it. Worth having in
the collection IMO
> Klunker*A very underrated Rosenberg game, and another that I
find was easy for non-gamers to pick up and enjoy.
I'd highly recommend this one. Interesting decisions
between playing cards to empty your hand or not
playing cards to get the best bargins from other
players for scoring.
Craig W. Massey
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