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Android: Netrunner

54 out of 63 gamers thought this was helpful

If you like Living Cards Games (LCG) that fit the intended theme (A dystopian future where netrunners (hackers) challenge monolithic megacorps who are protecting their assets to advance their evil agendas), look no further than Android Netrunner. This was my first foray in LCG and it was absolutely awesome. Despite having limited factions/corporations in the base game, this game still has great replay-ability.

If I were to pick one thing about this game that irked me, it would be Fantasy Flight’s lack of included play mats for the hacker and corporation. If Ascension can have a game board, you should have a game board/play mat.

Aside from that, it is an awesome two-player experience.

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Tiny Epic Galaxies

55 out of 63 gamers thought this was helpful

We quite enjoyed playing this “tiny” game. There is a large selection of planet cards, which makes the game quite re-playable. The game meeples (space ships and tracking markers) are of good quality and made from wood.The game mechanic is quite simple and strategy is light to medium.

My only beef with the game is that the player mats are small and you can quite easily knock over your tracking components. I wish game companies would create a player mat made with the heavier card stock similar to a game board and then punch holes in the board to put your scoring tokens in.

Overall this is good gaming for the value ($25.00 CAD) and is recommended if you like a worker placement/resource management style game.

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