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The Networks Board Game Review - Head to Head with Matt and Andrew

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24 Jul 2018 23:30 #278344 by Matt Thrower and Andrew McAlpine

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25 Jul 2018 09:12 #278345 by fightcitymayor
Big fan of The Networks! Gil spent a lot of time developing this one & it shows. Game is really super tight, and whoever used the word "compelling" is spot on. It starts out easy enough, with a lot of options, but then as the rounds go by, and your TV schedule fills in, the options start wrapping your brain a little closer each time. But it's not a "heavy" game at all, it just really grabs you and holds your interest. And the solitary-friendly aspect is (IMHO) a big plus, as is how well the game scales. But you are correct, it is not a cutthroat exercise. Which might also be why it is also on my All Time Top 10 list for wives-and-girlfriends games.

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27 Jul 2018 17:11 #278571 by Ken B.
Great game, solid humor, surprisingly thematic despite at its core being a drafting/timing game. Putting Sean Bean in a police drama where you have to choose whether he dies in the first season or builds up to it in a later season...that's just gold, baby. And it does this without flavor text, somehow. And still makes you laugh.

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