Re: Um Reifenbreite, and games that transcend their genre
> I don't usually like negotiation games, but I really like KK&K.should
> I think that's because the part of negotiation games I dislike
> is the whining. "Don't make that deal with him! He's winning! You
> make this deal instead with me! I'm losing!"Hey! You're giving away secret strategies here!
>In KK&K, if you don't*do*
> like the deal someone is making, you don't have to whine; you can
> something about it.Excellent observation.
>Taj Mahul - one of my favorites. Not a "pure" card game, though.
> What card games do those who don't like card games like anyway?
Lost Cities - nice and fast
Bohnanza - always a blast
I guess I don't like card games where I have to remember who
played what in order to do well - I tend to stay away from
traditional "trick taking" games
>I "like" most other flavors of games (auction, resource, financial)
so I can't provide any useful data.