Commentary by Michael Wade on Leadership, Ethics, Management, and Life
A great list. Many a fine hour passed playing those games. May I add backgammon? S
I agree a very good list and it's time to get back and play board games again.
Risk Legacy, the board game that remembers where you left off.http://www.npr.org/2011/11/24/142657733/new-risk-game-remembers-where-you-left-off"...What makes this different from the original Risk is that choices you make change the game permanently. For example, a player building a city can name it whatever he or she wants. The name gets written in permanent marker on a label, which gets stuck to the board — and it stays there. You could try to pull it off, but you'd ruin both the sticker and the board. So in every game after this, whoever first controlled the city gets a bonus — forever."At other times, players do destroy parts of the game. After certain events take place, players are instructed to open secret envelopes containing new components that change the way the game is played. At other times, players are instructed to literally rip up game cards and throw them away. That's hard for the true board game aficionados out there...."
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