Does anyone have Tabletop Simulator? I'd love to get together (after I'm done with school) and play like some Red Dragon Inn or (if they have it on there) here to Slay with some of y'all
I do. I am in a terrible time zone for meeting up, though. Plus I have 3 kids, which makes finding time difficult too. I'm open to trying, though!Does anyone have Tabletop Simulator? I'd love to get together (after I'm done with school) and play like some Red Dragon Inn or (if they have it on there) here to Slay with some of y'all
It looks like there is an official Red Dragon Inn: Battle for Greyport DLC. I've never played it, myself. But I love board games, so finding a new one is a plus. Whomever hosts would need to buy it, of course.Does anyone have Tabletop Simulator? I'd love to get together (after I'm done with school) and play like some Red Dragon Inn or (if they have it on there) here to Slay with some of y'all
Here it isWingspan is a awesome game and plays great at 2-players. It's my wife's favorite. (Though I just noticed you were requesting game's in French and I do not know the availability of a French localized version, might be worth looking though.)
I really like Carcassonne, h but the base game can get a bit stale after a while.Thanks for the suggestions, all. I'm taking notes!
Tried out Pandemic : Rapid Response yesterday. In a word: FRANTIC. You need to roll dice to prepare shipments to cities (using dice), move the plane to said cities (spending dice, which are then unavailable for supplies) and move around said plane to be in the right place to prepare supplies, eliminate waste generated by preparing supplies (which also necessitates dice) or drop cargo (moving and dropping also needing dice), all with an hourglass counting down TWO minutes. And that’s not two minutes per player. Once a player’s done with their turn (can’t/won’t make any more moves) play passes to the next player, but the timer never stops. You get three time tokens to turn it over at the start, and every city you deliver to gets you another one. Still. Very fun, but not so good for your blood pressure, LOL.
On the opposite end of the spectrum, we tried out Carcassonne (first time for both of us). What a delightful, chill game. I can see why it's a classic.
IIRC corners allowing you to attack two creatures is the only thing that gives the monks a chance to win. I've only played the solo mode since when I was explaining the game my wife went cross eyed and said it wasn't her type of game. But tonight we're going to be playing Vienna Connection which is a piping new game that I've been excited for months about.Yeah, I tried out a couple of turns of a solo game before plans stopped me, it seems mean as hell. Buddy of mine tried out Last Bastion, the medieval re-skin, lost in 5 minutes. I laughed, but I saw my future.