Tag: Uwe Rosenberg

Board game roundup: Games with high do-something ability

I write about this concept a lot, and want to spell it out with examples of the games that do it best.  There are many different ways to achieve it, here we go: Building Agricola The Uwe Rosenberg worker placement game is sort of my classic do-something game.  Even if you don’t win, who doesn’t …

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Battle of the Underground: Caverna Cave vs. Cave review

I covered the best 2-player board games a while back, and tweeted it out.  Mountaintop Games in Madison, WI (@mtntopgames) replied with “Caverna: Cave vs. Cave!” and I finally got a chance to give this one a try.  Now that I’ve played it, I can review it, and it belongs right in there with all the …

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Let’s be Vikings: A Feast for Odin Review

Overall Feeling A Feast for Odin is the latest from Uwe Rosenberg of Agricola fame, a worker placement game in an age of Vikings, of farming, of exploration, of good old raiding, pillaging and plundering.  You complete with other Viking tribes to gain the most victory points, earned through a variety of different channels like …

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