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Hallertau - Punchboard Reviews
Buckle up folks, we’re going hop-growing in Bavaria! Hallertau is the longest continuous hop-producing region in the world, and in this medium-heavy game from Uwe Rosenberg, we’re going back to 1850 to develop our Bavarian villages and try to be the biggest and best.
It seem like finishing the community centre is far from the only way to play the game, and that playing to complete cards is just as effective. I keep thinking about the game as soon as I finish playing it now, it's definitely a keeper for me.
Edit: @adamr what are your favorite Rosenberg games, out of curiosity?
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Ah_Pook wrote: @adamr what are your favorite Rosenberg games, out of curiosity?
Nusfjord is probably my favourite of his. I love the game to bits, the theme is really nice, it's a relaxing game to play (for me at least), and as I've mentioned elsewhere, the three-game solo campaign in the rule book is great.
I really like A Feast For Odin too. I don't have my own copy, unfortunately, but it's like Maximum Uwe. Tons of places for workers, resource management and conversion, polyomino placement, a hundred different things to do.
I've got a real soft spot for Patchwork too