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Post  Meurig on Wed 15 Jun 2016, 20:39

20th Century
7 Wonders
Agricola
Agricola: Farmers of the Moor
Alhambra
Artificium
The Bloody Inn
Bonnie and Clyde
Camel Up
Carcassonne: Winter Edition
Carrom
The Castles of Burgundy
Chicago Express
Chosŏn
La Città
Codenames
Concordia
Concordia: Britannia & Germania
Cube Quest
Duck Dealer
Escape from Atlantis
A Fake Artist Goes to New York
Fields of Arle
Food Chain Magnate
Fresco Big Box
Giro d'Italia: The Game
Havana
Heroscape Master Set: Rise of the Valkyrie
Heroscape Master Set: Rise of the Valkyrie
Ivor the Engine
Liguria
Love Letter
Madam Ching
Mousquetaires du Roy
My Village
Onward to Venus
Origin
Parfum
Patchwork
Port Royal (plus the expansion)
Race for the Galaxy
Rokoko (plus The Jewelry Box expansion)
Saboteur
Saboteur 2 (expansion-only editions)
Shafausa
Spyfall
Sun Tzu
Super Dungeon Explore: Forgotten King
Sylla
Taj Mahal
Ticket to Ride: Europe
Tiny Epic Galaxies
Tiny Epic Western
Twilight Struggle
Ultra Tiny Epic Kingdoms
Village (plus Village Inn)


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Post  RikTheChief on Thu 16 Jun 2016, 01:00

Love Village, we will have to play that sometime. Some really good 'The Works' games there as well, Havana is one of my favourites. Haven't played Sylla or Taj Mahal yet.
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Post  paulyg on Thu 16 Jun 2016, 10:15

Nice collection! But, more importantly, are those your bunnies? We have two rexes and one is almost the spitting image of the lighter coloured one!
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Post  theatrekat on Thu 16 Jun 2016, 11:08

Oh wow! Gorgeous bunnies
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Post  Meurig on Thu 16 Jun 2016, 20:09

RikTheChief wrote:Love Village, we will have to play that sometime. Some really good 'The Works' games there as well, Havana is one of my favourites. Haven't played Sylla or Taj Mahal yet.
Yeah, Village is great. Very happy to play that. Lots of Works specials, yep! Sylla is good and thematically works well but is a bit complicated at first. Played it a couple of times and had forgotten how to play between them but we all enjoyed the games once we'd worked it out. Taj Mahal is good too, and a fair bit simpler. Happy to bring and play either of those. 20th Century was from the Works too and I think it's really good, but was a bit too complex for the people I played it with so they won't play again, so I'd like to give that more plays.

Happy to bring any of the games I have to play if anyone fancies any of them but I'm particularly keen to play Food Chain Magnate having got it recently so please shout if anyone wants to try that. I've only played it once, two player, but I reckon it has the potential to be a firm favourite. I know the rules but not the strategy so it would be ideal to play with new people now. I even made some card accordion things so that it doesn't use a ridiculous amount of table space. I like Concordia and Chicago Express lots too.

paulyg wrote:Nice collection! But, more importantly, are those your bunnies? We have two rexes and one is almost the spitting image of the lighter coloured one!
Yep! They're my buns. Mini rex girls, three years old. They're called Cinnamon and Pepper. Please post a pic of yours!

theatrekat wrote:Oh wow! Gorgeous bunnies
Thank you! I will pass that on to them. Smile


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Post  BeardyTom on Thu 16 Jun 2016, 20:20

I played Food Chain Magnate once. My brain melted and ran out of my ears. I'd like to play again.
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Post  paulyg on Thu 16 Jun 2016, 20:25

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RikTheChief wrote:Love Village, we will have to play that sometime. Some really good 'The Works' games there as well, Havana is one of my favourites. Haven't played Sylla or Taj Mahal yet.
Happy to bring any of these to play if anyone fancies any of them but I'm particularly keen to play Food Chain Magnate having got it recently so please shout if anyone wants to try that. I've only played it once, two player, but I reckon it has the potential to be a firm favourite. I know the rules but not the strategy so it would be ideal to play with new people now. I even made some card accordion things so that it doesn't use a ridiculous amount of table space. I like Concordia and Chicago Express lots too.
I'd like to play FCM! Could do this Tuesday?
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paulyg wrote:Nice collection! But, more importantly, are those your bunnies? We have two rexes and one is almost the spitting image of the lighter coloured one!
Yep! They're my buns. Mini rex girls, three years old. They're called Cinnamon and Pepper. Please post a pic of yours!
These are our mini rexes - Waffles and Dumblepaws - who are sister and brother.




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Post  Meurig on Thu 16 Jun 2016, 20:27

Are they Australian rabbits? Wink
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Post  paulyg on Thu 16 Jun 2016, 20:31

Meurig wrote:Are they Australian rabbits? Wink
Haha! Picture looks normal on my iPad but for some reason upside down when I check on my computer. How bizarre! I'll try to fix it later.
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Post  theatrekat on Thu 16 Jun 2016, 20:35

paulyg wrote:Nice collection! But, more importantly, are those your bunnies? We have two rexes and one is almost the spitting image of the lighter coloured one!
Yep! They're my buns. Mini rex girls, three years old. They're called Cinnamon and Pepper. Please post a pic of yours![/quote]
These are our mini rexes - Waffles and Dumblepaws - who are sister and brother.
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They are two and three quarter years
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Post  Meurig on Thu 16 Jun 2016, 20:49

They are very pretty! Where did you get them, out of interest? Got mine from a hobby breeder who is the sister of a guy a used to work with. I know she mainly does mini rex so just wondering if our buns might be related. Was going to post a link but I'm not allowed to as a new member apparently, but her website is sheffield rabbits .co.uk

On another note, My parents' dog is called Waffle!

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I'd like to play FCM! Could do this Tuesday?
That would work for me. Would it suit you, Tom? I think three or four players would be good.
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Post  theatrekat on Thu 16 Jun 2016, 21:02

Meurig wrote:They are very pretty! Where did you get them, out of interest? Got mine from a hobby breeder who is the sister of a guy a used to work with. I know she mainly does mini rex so just wondering if our buns might be related. Was going to post a link but I'm not allowed to as a new member apparently, but her website is sheffield rabbits .co.uk

On another note, My parents' dog is called Waffle!

paulyg wrote:
I'd like to play FCM! Could do this Tuesday?
That would work for me. Would it suit you, Tom? I think three or four players would be good.

Same place - from Helen
Their mum and dad were Harriet and Boris
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Post  Meurig on Thu 16 Jun 2016, 21:04

Aww, I can't remember what my bunnies' parents were called but mine are from two different litters. So it's pretty likely one of mine is related to yours!
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Post  Meurig on Sat 18 Jun 2016, 22:44

Updated to include a couple of dexterity games: a cheap Ikea Carrom board, which I forgot about; and Cube Quest, which arrived today and is awesome silly fun. Flick cubes at your opponents cubes and try to knock them off the playmat. Different cubes have special powers. Takes 10 minutes to play. Lovely stuff.
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Post  Meurig on Fri 24 Jun 2016, 23:33

In a desperate and doomed attempt to take my mind off the referendum result I picked up a load more cheap Works specials:

Artificum
Madame Ching
Origin
Shafausa

Did anyone else buy these? Any good? Origin looks particularly nice.
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Post  paulyg on Fri 24 Jun 2016, 23:44

Madame Ching is pretty good! A few of us played it at the expo. I'd certainly play it again. Haven't played any of the others.
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Post  RikTheChief on Sat 25 Jun 2016, 00:37

I'd quite like to try Shafausa, I haven't got that one. I've played Artificium a couple of times and I enjoyed it, fairly quick and light.
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Post  Meurig on Mon 29 Aug 2016, 18:27

Lots of new games!:

My Village
Village Inn (expansion for Village, not My Village)
Port Royal expansion
Rokoko
The Jewelry Box expansion for Rokoko
Liguria
Fresco Big Box
The Bloody Inn

paulyg wrote:Madame Ching is pretty good! A few of us played it at the expo. I'd certainly play it again. Haven't played any of the others.
Played this the other day, really enjoyed it. Probably best with two though, makes it a bit heavier I think as you each have two expeditions, so more to consider. Very pretty game, too. One of the better Works specials, I reckon.
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Post  psychomansam on Tue 30 Aug 2016, 08:48

Meurig wrote:In a desperate and doomed attempt to take my mind off the referendum result I picked up a load more cheap Works specials:

Artificum
Madame Ching
Origin
Shafausa

Did anyone else buy these? Any good? Origin looks particularly nice.

I also bought Origin after playing it at Beyond Monopoly in York. Not a bad little game. And the components! The components!
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Post  Meurig on Thu 17 Nov 2016, 22:43

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Onward to Venus
Tiny Epic Western
Ultra Tiny Epic Kingdoms
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