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    Default Favourite Board Game/Table Top

    What's everyone's favourite Board Game or Table Top.

    I have a couple that are at the top of my list:

    Catan: lots of good memories playing with the family
    Life: I play it like real life by trying to amass as much debt as possible

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    Do RPGs count?

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    depends on the type. i have like.......10 boardgames in my room. most, if not all of them are titles people never heard of.

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    I never heard if those other 2!

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    my list:

    catan

    king of new york

    blokus

    betrayal on houston the hill.

    chez geek

    hostage negotiator

    kingdomino

    dice masters.

    zombie dice

    dungeon roll

    boss monster

    liar's dice

    flip city

    fortune and glory.

    and i'm deeply considering getting dungeon saga.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Carabas View Post
    Do RPGs count?
    I would say, Why not?

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    Blood Bowl.

    Carcassonne also, played a lot to this one.
    "A bottomless pit is the safest place to be"

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    Where to even begin?

    Descent: Journeys in the Dark (2nd Edition) - I'm obsessed with Fantasy Flight Games's Terrinoth universe and it all started for me with this game. It's a 1v4 fantasy dungeon crawler where one person plays the evil Overlord and up to four others play heroes of standard fantasy classes. I love miniatures and this one has a ton. I've since collected almost all of the expansions and add-ons, and they've added a 4 player co-op mode using a tablet as the Overlord.

    Abyss - Gorgeous underwater-themed game that's slightly hard to explain but incredibly fun to play. It has some of the best art I've ever seen in a board game.

    Mansions of Madness - Similar to Descent, but with Cthulhu and a 20's American setting. My gaming group always has a blast playing this game. We also have the second edition which is equally fun if not more. Like Descent's tablet co-op mode, the second edition of MoM is exclusively played as a co-op against the computer player, which makes solving clues and fighting monsters that much more intense.

    Cyclades - A very fun Risk-esque game set in ancient Greece. Players bid on offering to the major gods of Olympus and get various bonuses for doing so. It's such a fun time and involves just the right amount of strategy.

    Arcadia Quest - I actually have the Inferno version and not the original base game. My group loves this game! You build your own guild of three heroes and fight in six scenarios to see who can come out on top. It's crazy that not only are you fighting each other, but the monsters of the board game as well. A lot of strategy involved, but even better... a huge supply of minis! Especially if you pledge on one of the company's Kickstarters. They include a ton of exclusive heroes and bits to use.

    Other games that my group is loving:

    Dead of Winter

    Celestia

    Sheriff of Nottingham

    Betrayal at the House on the Hill

    Red Dragon Inn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starter Set View Post

    Carcassonne also, played a lot to this one.
    I've played this once, and loved it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nyssane View Post
    Mansions of Madness - Similar to Descent, but with Cthulhu and a 20's American setting. My gaming group always has a blast playing this game. We also have the second edition which is equally fun if not more. Like Descent's tablet co-op mode, the second edition of MoM is exclusively played as a co-op against the computer player, which makes solving clues and fighting monsters that much more intense.
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    My old gaming group played this a couple of times, and everything that could go wrong for me did. Made for a lot of fun!

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