Re: [Unity_Games] Latest Top 10
- Dave Bernazzani wrote:
> >8. Tycoon - I'm appreciating this game more and more.I do indeed have Tycoon. It would fit into my recent financial
> I really want to play this. I know I've seen a copy at Mark's.
> Maybe I can get him to show it to me next Tuesday at GSG?!?
games mood. I may just force you to retry Shark though. Heheheh.
> >1. Britannia - Another old game takes the top spot.I played this once at a Total Confusion convention with then
> I think this is best with 4. I played this recently and while it
> was enjoyable, it was a little long for the enjoyment I derived.
> But I think I'd definitely play it again - as would Campbell who
> was there both times I played and he seemed to rather enjoy it.
> Again, this benefits from people that know the system - the first
> game was a bit painful getting up to speed. The 2nd game was
> much better.
stranger Michael Tsuk and a couple of other guys. It was quite a long
game, but we all had a good time. I wouldn't want to play this with
anyone that was too analytical though. I'm thinking that Campbell, Dave
B and Joe M would be my opponents of choice. You know, guys who use the
Force more often than not. ;-) My first shot of the day, and despite
the crowd chanting Walter's name he wasn't even caught in the rain of
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- Craig Massey wrote:
> I'm so bummed that I missed this one. So did 5 hourcount me in, Craig, i'd be up for a game of this at future
> dune scare anyone off another game in the near future?
> Craig W. Massey
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gatherings, for sure.
- --- Patrick O'Brien <jonnypolite@...> wrote:
> count me in, Craig, i'd be up for a game of this atLast year Die Macher - this year Dune. Sounds great
> gatherings, for sure.
Craig W. Massey
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