Games played November 06

Am terribly behind on my blog posts! Travel has taken its toll. Anyway am back home with gaming intensity also rising. So I am going to post more regularly now I think. Anyway November was a decent month of gaming with mostly 2 player games with Aarthi.

Diamant & Thurn and Taxis were most played with 6 plays each. Sushanth loves Diamant and we play it often at home. T &T is a favorite of ours. But I really want to play with more players to see how it is. Hopefully now that Srikanth, who has come down from Toronto for the December season, has learnt it we should be able to get some 3 player plas in this month.

Atlantic Star & Mystery Rummy: Jack the Ripper saw 5 plays each.

Bohnanza & Power Grid France/Italy saw 4 plays each. The Power Grid games were all 3 player with Aarthi and Shreyasi. We also enjoy the 2 player bean duel with Bohnanza!

Crazy Chicken, Elfenland & For Sale had 3 plays each. ELfenland was basically a watered down variant for Sushanth’s comfort. I am hoping to get Srikanth and varadu in for a full game sometime this month. It has been long overdue now.

Category 5, Coda, Quicksand, Ra, San Juan, Ticket to ride & Wildlife all had 2 plays each. Wildlife was the new game for the month. Wonderful game. We had a great 4 player session. I really want to get it out and play with the full quota of 6 sometime. Super game! Quicksand is a good kids game that Sushanth enjoys.

Alhambra, Feuerschlucker, Hansa, Modern Art, Puerto Rico, Rat-a-tat cat, Schildkroetenrennen, Settlers of Catan, Tennis and Royal Turf/ Winner’s Circle all had1 play each.

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