By all rights this game should be boring. To describe it sounds like work, to play it feels like work. And yet somewhere in between the magic happens, and you have a lot of fun. Let’s have a look.
Power Grid plays 2-6 players, where players assume the roles of entrepreneurs each creating a start-up within their home state. However, like Newton and Leibniz everyone happened upon the same idea at the same time; supplying power to the people.
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If you’ve been around board games for a while, or entered a store that sells board games, or consumed oxygen really, then you’ve probably brushed up against Munchkin. If your skin didn’t break out into blisters then it may be a sign that you’ll enjoy this game.
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Today I read an article about Facebook’s 51 different gender options. I quickly browsed the list and was devastated to find that there wasn’t a gender for loving small box board games. Terrible news! Because I love board games with a decent player count, light on the rules and small enough to fit into my bag so I can take it to work.
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