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Jolleyho

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Sushi Go Party!

5 out of 6 gamers thought this was helpful

I love sushi and I love to party, only makes sense that I would love Sushi Go party. Easy to Learn, easy to play, and the different items you are now allowed to add on the menu compared to Sushi Go (regular) adds so much variety and replayability to the game. Great with all player counts, my gf and I have a blast playing it with just the two of us, and works great at 8 players since there really is no downtime between turns. Games are quick, turns are quick, go have yourself a party with this game…a sushi go party.

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Mint Works

3 out of 8 gamers thought this was helpful

Mint works is a light work replacement game that can be brought and played pretty much anywhere. I recently just got back from backpacking through Europe, and this game was the #1 time filler for pretty much anywhere we went. The game itself fits inside a small tin can, I assume to mimic the size of an Altoid can, and the tokens all look like little Altoids. It’s easy to teach and easy to learn, if a person has not played any work replacement games before, this is a good one to help them understand the mechanics of how a work replacement game works. This is easily my go to travel game and I look forward to the new game this company has created called Mint Delivery.

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Tortuga 1667

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Tortuga 1667, a game about piracy, loyalty, and mutiny. This is a great hidden role game that brings something different to the genre if you are used to playing Avalon or Secret Hitler. I won’t go into the details of how the game works, there are videos that could explain this better, but the game itself has a nice variety of strategy, random events, and deception. The game works best at odd player counts due to the additional role of the dutch being included, I have found that 7 is the optimal player count in my group. Turns go by fast, and you always feel engaged due to the voting, event cards, and figuring out your position on the boats. Turns always feel different because your actions are based on your position on the boat/island, and this is always changing throughout the game. Most games will prob take about 30 minutes and there is nothing funner than marooning a captain to tortuga when you know you have a difference in loyalties. If you’re big on the hidden role genre, give this a try to add some variety to your game nights.

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