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65 out of 74 gamers thought this was helpful

The rules are very easy to learn but there are so many ways to win! You really get to see different personalities through how people strategize in this game. Some like to buy every card they can afford right away, while some carefully manage their hand and go for the high value gems.

This is one of my go-to games on gaming nights because of it is easy to teach but still offers a good challenge. There are no fine prints in this game to read, only numbers and jewels.

There is now a Splendor mobile app for those that want to play it on the go. This game will keep you coming back time and time again.

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49 out of 56 gamers thought this was helpful

Everyone I’ve introduced Sushi Go to loved this game. Most of them are casual and social gamers and prefer games that are easy to pick up and fun to play. We always have laughs over who took what and how we foil each other’s collections. The cutely designed cards top the icing on the cake!

I preordered Sushi Go Party, the expanded version of this game with new mechanics and possibilities. Can’t wait to have another round of sushi. 🙂

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King of Tokyo

30 out of 46 gamers thought this was helpful

I bought King of Tokyo upon the recommendation of a games store staff. I was looking for a game that would be easy to learn with high replay value. King of Tokyo is extremely easy to learn for sure. It isn’t a game for 2 players as we would simply take turns being in Tokyo and eventually killing each other without needing any cards. I can say the same for a 4 player game – it is much easier to roll the dice to kill than to save energy and buy cards. The cards have so much potential. I wish they can be utilized more, but with the official setup we barely manage to get 2-3 cards per player. Perhaps alternate rules can be used to make better use of the cards, e.g. players automatically receive 2 energy cubes on their turn and lower the card swap cost to 1 cube.

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