60m - 60m
2 - 5 Players
Card drafting games are games in which players pick cards from a limited subset, such as a common pool, to gain some advantage (immediate or longterm) or to assemble hands of cards that are used to meet objectives within the game.
Dice rolling in a game can be used for many things, randomness being the most obvious. Dice can also be used as counters. The dice themselves can be unique and different sizes, shapes and colors to represent different things.
Play occurs upon a modular board that is composed of multiple pieces, often tiles or cards. In many games, board placement is randomized, leading to different possibilities for strategy and exploration.Some games in this category have multiple boards which are not used simultaneously, preserving table space. Unused boards remain out of play until they are required.
9 for game with advanced rules. Basic rules gameplay deserve less. The two sets of rules could be 2 separate games. For ,advanced, I give 9 because I enjoyed the game. I didnt like ,basic, rules so I dont play them
Apart from beeing one of the most ugly games I've ever seen, this also felt very random and utterly boring.
This was enjoyable ~ a bit confusing at first, but then it was suddenly clear. I think we were expecting it to be more complex than it was, so the confusion was on our part. We played it with two, and it seems like it will do better with more players. I do enjoy this more with three players ~ and I think it would do the same (or better) with more. The game play is the same, but the turn order is less confusing, and that made me more comfortable with the game. Rating going up from a 7 to a 9 to reflect this difference (what? it made a big deal to me! :D )