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Legacy: The Testament of Duke de Crecy
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You are a wealthy, well-educated aristocrat, but now you see that history is about to change its course and you know that in order to stay strong, your family must preapre well. You will need to find new allies, absorb smaller families, and use their potency to strengthen your bloodline.
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Robinson Crusoe
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Robinson Crusoe: Adventure on the Cursed Island is an adventure game for you and your friends to play as castaways on an uninhabited island. Your task is to build a shelter, ward off potential dangers, and complete the missions. There are seven different scenarios included in the box - they will provide you with new, more difficult, and curious ways to play!
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Legacy: The Duke De Something or Other
Board Game Reviews ES Egg Shen Updated April 09, 2019 3460   0
Let's try a little experiment. Right now, think of some of your acquaintances or closet friends. OK good. Now think of some people you know in your community. Now, would any of the people you just thought of improve your social status if they suddenly became part of your family? What do you mean Jeffrey huffs nail polish from the Family Dollar?
Robinson Crusoe Board Game
Analysis GS Gary Sax Updated January 31, 2019 7393   0
Robinson Crusoe, its Event Deck, and Consequence
Robinson Crusoe
Board Game Reviews MT Matt Thrower Updated May 03, 2019 5906   0
Mostly, I’m not a big fan of co-operative games. Games suffer terribly without the unpredictability and skill of human opposition, and the whole genre sometimes looks like a collection of semi-functional attempts to solve this big, blaring problem.
A Not-Quite-Three-Hour Tour - Robinson Crusoe Review
Board Game Reviews SI san il defanso Updated April 23, 2019 3770   0
I’m so over the entire genre of cooperative games. I’ve seen too many of them fall into the same traps to ever have too much faith in them. This is not because of the “quarterback problem,” so called because one person can command everyone else around the table. I’ve always considered that to be an interpersonal problem more than one based on design. My real issue is that it’s tough to build a lot of variety into a game that relies on AI. It’s not that the games get easy, though that can be an issue. It’s that there’s...
Guns, Swords, Bombs, and Tile Placement:  Neuroshima Hex! review
Board Game Reviews JL Josh Look Updated May 26, 2019 5751   0

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I'm a bit late to the Neuroshima Hex! party. I passed this game up for other games probably more than any other game out there. It was on my radar since the 2nd edition of the game came out, but I always went for that shiny, new FFG game instead. A shame, since Neuroshima Hex is much better and probably more memorable than any game I passed it up for.
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