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πŸ‘πŸ‘ Sushi Go Party!

  • Easy to learn

  • Quick to play

  • Strategic

  • Lots of rule modifications out of the box & they are very easy to execute

  • 3–6 players, we played w/ 4 and w/ 5

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πŸ‘ Azul

Played with Olga et al, it was nice. Catan is better but Azul is easier and I feel like it’s also possible to get better at it.

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πŸ‘ Catan

Nice! It’s a strategy-ish game with luck involved, and it seems that it’s possible to actually get better at it.

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πŸ†— Loonacy

https://www.looneylabs.com/games/loonacy

Similar to Dobble but easier because there are only two images per card (and instead there are several piles). Works alright for 3 people but is somehow unsatisfying.

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πŸ˜’ The Resistance: Avalon

I tried it in a hostel and with unenthusiastic people it really doesn’t take off. With enthusiastic people it might work, but people also need to actually try to do social deduction. The first time I saw The Resistance (though not Avalon) was at a board games meetup in Krakow and people were just playing instead of playing-to-win, which made the game actually harder / more random.

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πŸ˜’ Block Out!

Easy but takes too long and doesn’t go anywhere. Maybe we just didn’t read the rules carefully enough, though.

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βœ… Saboteur

Also nice! Playing with a map means less time will be spent figuring out the game, though. Which is good. Gimme a map.

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βœ… Codenames

This was nice.

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πŸ†— Dobble

A reaction game. Not too fun and makes people be really loud. Tried at a meetup w/ 12 people.

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πŸ†— Dixit

Tried at a meetup w/ 12 people; we had split into teams of two. It was ok but too long.