I played NO RPG's, but here's what I did play
- This Steve Jackson area game does not come out until August, we got a preview. VERY fun, I also kicked ass in it, having caught on to it early in the game. For me, this was a good replacement for San Marco which is out of print.
- scored a copy for $20 from a guy that wanted to trade/sell games. They're also planning a re-release of the game. Me and my boyfriend loved this game.
- buy workers and build a palace. I had gotten a copy of this for my boyfriend on Valentine's Day, as it will play 2. We're considering buying the "Big Box" which has all of the expansions for a much lower price tag than buying all the expansions seperately, we'd then gift the (still unopened) copy we already have.
- reminds people of "Squares", but is not really similar. Build cities with walls, towers, houses, and palaces
- collect crates of tea and ship them. Unique game mechanic.
Rum & Pirates
- Arr! Lots of fiddly pieces in this rather fun game. Drink, find treasure, beat the militia, buy an eyepatch, drink some more... and then find a berth on the ship for the night.
- Trivia game that I was rather good at, but the dice rolls introduce an element of luck to the game, as well as allowing your opponent to swap spaces with you on the board if you lose a Challenge.
- Rubber Duckie, you're the one. Shooting you is so much fun!
- we played this1980's era Parker Brothers game with funky autumn colors. Appears to be now re-published by another company
- interesting game, would like to play again before I consider buying, because I really shot myself in the foot and couldn't
- it's almost exactly like Tetris, but with no "scooties".
- the walls move, flip, and otherwise confound, as you try to get to your goal... which can ALSO move.
- very fun resource gathering game. Something of an "Agricola Lite".
- area control game, control the rat population or you get the ill effects of plague
- would have been more fun if I'd not been playing with 2 experts who didn't let me grab ANYTHING.