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Gregarius wrote:Probably Jager und Sammler (released in an abomination of artwork edition in the US as Zombiegeddon).
trif wrote: Blue Lagoon, you're connecting islands, trying to create majorities on the islands and pick up resources. You're making paths rather than boundaries (like in TtD.) In a way I thought Blue Lagoon has more similarity with Orongo than TtD. Some of the tactics are similar (blocking other players, making a bee-line for point-scoring resources) but I think they're quite different to each other. Also in Blue Lagoon, you reset the board half way through and play the game again, just with different origin points for your pieces (that you placed in the first round.) So it's kind of like Amun-Re - but a friend of mine compared it to another Knizia title which did a similar thing that I can't remember at the moment.