Tagged: Worker Placement

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Luthier Preview

The blind bidding clack-clack-clack of the worker disc placement adds a rich, bright counterpoint to the by-the-books Euro format of collecting resources to fulfil goals. A toccata to its fugue, if you like.

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Rats Of Wistar Review

The luck elements in the game might lead you to house rule it or straight up not enjoy it, but if you don’t mind a bit of a gamble, Rats of Wistar is another great game from the Simone Luciani stable.

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Factory 42 Review

Factory 42 takes the standard Euro worker-placement formula of ‘get stuff, make different stuff, get points for the new stuff’ and adds some pretty radical twists.

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Barrage Review

Daaaaam! Literally, dam, because that’s what you’re building in Barrage – dams. Also conduits, powerhouses and elevations, but ‘Coooonduit!’ doesn’t have quite the same ring.

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Barcelona Review

Barcelona is the latest Euro game from Board&Dice. It’s a mixture of tile-placement and action-selection, and while that sounds like a relatively easy mixture to cope with, there are a lot of things going on

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Beyond The Sun Review

Beyond The Sun is absolutely brilliant. I don’t go around making claims like that without being able to back it up, so let’s get into it.

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Skymines Review

Skymines is a blast. I’ve taught it to my regular group and they all had a great time with it. It’s a strange game in as much as there’s quite a lot going on, but it never feels like it’s too much.

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Crown Of Ash Preview

Four undead lords seeking to avenge their betrayal by the hand of their own king. Raise an army of once-dead fighters, rebuild your strongholds, and usurp the king, claiming his citadel