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11-02-2019, 10:34   #616
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Just got Bang!

Played it ages ago and loved it - looking forward to giving it another whirl.
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16-02-2019, 09:25   #617
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Got a second hand copy of Techno Bowl Arcade Football unplugged during the week. Can't wait to hopefully give it a try this weekend
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26-02-2019, 22:28   #618
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Picked up Cuba Libre tonight, first foray in to the COIN series. Will be playing it solo and Im hoping I like the system as I would like to explore some of the other games in the series. For now Cuba Libre seems to be a good place to start,

Any other COIN players around?
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28-03-2019, 22:53   #619
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Got Kingdomino Age of Giants, doesn't add a huge amount, but 5th player and the tile tower thing are both handy. It puts Kingdomino a bit closer to Queendomino depth wise.
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Finally managed to find an English version of The Great Western Trail. A great game, even with the box art making it look like it is a game about the ghosts of cowboys (who for some reason have come to bed eyes?), rail tycoons, and builders... it has to have one of the most uninspired box artwork in all of Boardgames, not even Imperial is this dull.
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20-04-2019, 12:16   #621
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Heh yeah it is a bit of a naff cover. Been meaning to pick it up myself (need more worker placement/resource management games in my collection), also heard the Rails to the North expansion is very good and adds a lot to the game.
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29-05-2019, 11:18   #622
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Got my son Pandemic for his birthday. He likes the forbidden games from same designer, so hopefully he'll (we'll) enjoy the step up with this.
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09-07-2019, 16:11   #623
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Blew my budget on this one.But it is D&d premium edition with painted miniatures
And I got it as cheap as I could IMO.




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Following in the path of the other critically-acclaimed D&D board games, Waterdeep - Dungeon of the Mad Mage features multiple scenarios, challenging quests and game play designed for a single player or a cooperative group of 2-5 players. The Waterdeep - Dungeon of the Mad Mage Adventure System Board Game features new Environment and Bane/Boon cards, as well as the Trap and Spell decks that premiered in Tomb of Annihilation, for even more exciting game play content! What's New? Players can now get to level 4 with their characters and gain even more powers! Environment cards that get replaced when a new Environment card is drawn. Bane/Boon cards - some effects will cause a draw of these cards, telling you to resolve their bane or boon effect. Waterdeep - Dungeon of the Mad Mage can also be combined with the other D&D Adventure System Cooperative Play Board Games, including the terrifying Tomb of Annihilation, Temple of Elemental Evil, The Legend of Drizzt, Castle Ravenloft, and Wrath of Ashardalon, to create an even more exciting experience.
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Picked up Cuba Libre tonight, first foray in to the COIN series. Will be playing it solo and Im hoping I like the system as I would like to explore some of the other games in the series. For now Cuba Libre seems to be a good place to start,

Any other COIN players around?
A bit late I know ,but I'v seen Coin games played a few times in Alfie byrnes.The latest was Ghandi played last sunday.
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09-07-2019, 19:29   #625
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A bit late I know ,but I'v seen Coin games played a few times in Alfie byrnes.The latest was Ghandi played last sunday.

Oh really, that is good to know. But I am moving to Cork soon so will probably not get to pop in any time soon.
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