Final Thoughts on Tokyo Highway

I have too many board games. I know it. Perhaps you can relate. I wouldn't be much of an issue if it weren't for the physical footprint they occupy in my home. But it can't be escaped. Board games are physical beasts by their nature and it should be celebrated. A good game will not just simply exist in its physical space, but embrace it. Enter Tokyo Highway.

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Tokyo Highway

With over 13 million people, Tokyo is one of the most populous cities in the world. It's also known for it's world-class public transport system. Trains rule the day, but automobiles still have their place. And now you've been tasked with building the infrastructure to accommodate them. It's up to you to build the Tokyo Highway.

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Final Thoughts on Lignum

At first blush, Lignum is a hard sell. The name alone is esoteric not to mention the setting. 19th century logging? Not exactly the most scintillating topic. And then there's the artwork. It tries to pull off a wood motif that just ends up looking muddled. But I'd heard positive things from people I trusted and was willing give it a try and see what kind of experience it provided. I'm glad I did.

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Pax Pamir

It's called The Great Game. The powerful British and Russian empires posture over control over the Afghan territories. Serving as a buffer between the European superpowers and the valuable resource that is India, the Afghan people are caught in the middle. As the leader of your tribe you can only hope to maintain Pax Pamir.

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