Your favorite board games?

Discussion in 'General Gaming' started by Killer Joe, Mar 2, 2015.

  1. Mooseman Isengar Tussle

    Timeline is a great game, but like trivial pursuit, it can get easy once you learn a lot of the dates for things.
  2. Killer Joe Active Member

    You're assuming one may have a memory as good as YOU, Mousie,, Moosie?
  3. rokapoke Man Among Gods

    Speaking of board games, Mooseman, when is that gaming convention returning to Northeastern Ohio?
  4. Mooseman Isengar Tussle

    It's Meese or Moosi......
    AnCon (Hudson, Ohio) May 15-17, 2015
    I am not sure that I will be able to make it. Unless we get a CPA contingent, then I will make the effort.
  5. rokapoke Man Among Gods

    If by "CPA contingent" you mean me and you, then yes, I think we can pull that off. Ransac left Ohio for Maryland, saying something about wanting to stalk Spiderman. Maybe you can drag Killer Joe along; otherwise I'd have to convince Turgy22 to take some vacation time to visit Ohio...
  6. Mooseman Isengar Tussle

    We will have to see. Really, it's only about 6 or 7 hours for Spidey and Ransac....... :D
  7. Spiderman CPA Man in Tights, Dopey Administrative Assistant

    LOL. Yeah, there's no way I can make it out there. Too much traveling scheduled elsewhere this year...
  8. Killer Joe Active Member

    Let check my schedule...

    DSo the timeline game I bought "American History" had an error in it, one card said that Gerald Ford was elected President in 1972.

    Nixon was elected in '72, right?
  9. Spiderman CPA Man in Tights, Dopey Administrative Assistant

  10. Mooseman Isengar Tussle

    Harry Turtledove says that Ford was elected in 1972 and that is where the alternate history starts......
    Carter is not elected in 1976 when he runs against Reagan.
    In 1978, Reagan is then assassinated by the head of the CIA head,GH Bush, in a coup that fails and VP Bob Dole is elected to two more terms.
    Warren Buffet is elected in 1990 with running mate Ross Perot.......
  11. Killer Joe Active Member

    Here's my current "Top 25" board games (I own all of these)

    1. Elder Sign
    2. Eldritch Horror
    3. New Bedford
    4. Defenders of the Realm
    5. Power Grid
    6. Caylus
    7. The Voyages of Marco Polo
    8. Pandemic: Reign of Cthulhu
    9. Lorenzo il Magnifico
    12.Stone Age
    13.Castles of Burgundy
    15.Lords of Waterdeep
    17.Airlines Europe
    18.Puerto Rico
    21.Ticket to Ride
    22.Cinque Terre
    25.Roll for the Galaxy

    Soon El Grande will be added to the list, I'm thinking it'll be in the top 10
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  12. turgy22 Nothing Special

    I never heard of any of those.

    Any recommendations for a game that's just as fun for 2 players as it is for 5, involves some level of thinking, but isn't overly complicated and can be completed in about an hour?
  13. Spiderman CPA Man in Tights, Dopey Administrative Assistant

    The only one I've heard of (and played) is Ticket to Ride.
  14. Psarketos Active Member

    Turgy, my favorites seem to match your parameters - Agricola, Caylus, and Chess. From Killer Joe's list I can also personally recommend Elder Sign.

    Games I am looking to learn, possibly over the holiday season: Ex Libris and Xiangqi.

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