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Five Games that don't suck, and you'll all agree with me eventually
Member Blogs S Sagrilarus Updated July 05, 2019 2072   1
Please name five boardgames you like that don't have limited choices?
Wings for the Baron
 
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It is 1916, and the First World War continues with no end in sight. With the war a bloody stalemate on the ground, the combatants have turned to their developing air forces to achieve victory. 
 
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Wings For The Baron
 
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Board Game Reviews S Sagrilarus Updated February 04, 2019 5541   0

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So I'm reading Fortress Ameritrash one day, minding my own business, when reviewer Michael Barnes mentions a new game he's been playing about developing fighter aircraft in World War I. It's heavily historically based he says with an executive theme implementing hyperinflation, morale and the need to constantly compete against Allied aircraft technologies as well as those of your fellow players. As I'm reading I'm thinking, "holy crap, this game was designed for me." Barnes wrote "I’m really digging it, not one for everybody but I think folks that like business games or are interested in the subject matter...
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Board Game Reviews MB Michael Barnes Updated May 07, 2019 5082   0

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Wings for the Baron is one of those games where I opened it up, looked at the components and had a bad impression.  It looked super spreadsheet-y, with flowchart player mats and nothing but a large track for a mutual board. But it had a really cool setting- as its subtitle verbosely states, it’s about “innovation and profiteering among the German aircraft industries during World War I.” Which means to you, the player, that it is an economic game with a technology development angle. During World War I.
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