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Short Cut to Remote Gaming Forum (29 Aug 2020)
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F:ATties Five Favorites - Ameritrash
I've always wanted to play his game but the number requirement prevents me from doing it. I think it would have been fantastic with my old group, actually.
DukeofChutney wrote: RE Ares Project; I am one of the few people that really digs it. I like double blind systems (which this is) I like the video gamey strategy feel to it, and i like the in built tempo to the game. You build up armies behind screens and then throw dice at each other. After a few games you start to learn the speed at which the different factions build up, and the different routes you can take with each deck. I also quite like the base building aspect. In some respects it feels similar to Sirlins newer rts inspired magic clone. It is also sort of unique, no other card game plays like it. It is definitely worth a spin but i think it will always be a niche game. Its a 2 player, or 2 team game, the 3 and 4 way bashes can be fun but don't really work.
1. Betrayal at House on the Hill v.1/v.2/Legacy
2. Wings of War/Glory/X-Wing v.1
4. Star Wars Imperial Assault
5. ah crap, are you going to make me choose? I mean Kingdom Death: Monster or Thunder Road? Camp Grizzly or Red November? Star Wars: The Queen's Gambit or Survive: Escape from Atlantis? Screw you, I'm picking them all.
Axis & Allies
Conquest if the Empire
Buck Rogers Battle for the 25th Century
War and Peace
Old Milton Bradley's Broadside, Dogfight, and Screaming Eagles
My own mixes
Hero Fix - various house-ruled versions of HeroClix including my son's with Lego minifigs
Blood Feud New York with Sons of Anarchy
and not yet published
Shores of Tripoli - a light wargame we're playtesting with Viktory II pieces, others are using Broadside pieces