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Short Cut to Remote Gaming Forum (29 Aug 2020)
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It's Blunderful Board Game Review
But if a party game is really good versus being just good, does anyone notice any difference? Mostly I play party games with people who don't play many games so wouldn't know the difference... I always wonder.
Vysetron wrote: Or hell, vanilla Werewolf/Mafia with no special roles VS most designated party games. Fraction of the rules but phenomenal social lubricant.
Many years ago, I did board game assembly for FFG for a few months. I got to attend their company Christmas party, which was unexpectedly awesome. Good food, alcohol, and demo copies of all their games plus plenty of table space set up in the warehouse so we could play the games. But almost nobody at the party played any FFG games, because somebody brought a homemade Werewolf deck. With maybe two dozen players and many spectators, we played game after game of Werewolf. Then we headed out to see the midnight premier of Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, because Christian Petersen bought tickets for everybody.