hepcat wrote:A cross between Arabian Nights and Pandemic and set in the world of Cold War spies? There's absolutely no way I can resist. I went the 70 dollar route as it will give me the encounter book with 200 pages of extra adventures.
It's getting some great reviews and I love the art style.
baelthazar wrote:I was going to get this last night, but then found out that WotC sneaked a Euro-game style work-placement and building game (Lords of Waterdeep) past my radar and ordered that instead (for release in March). I like the idea of Smersh, but my wife isn't all that keen on co-op games.
baelthazar wrote:Do you think LoW will still be fun with 2-4? Usually Euros scale well. It totally slipped under my radar until last night!
hepcat wrote:Now he's pledging that if they reach 100,000 he'll personally hand deliver your copy if you live within 200 miles of Atlanta and spend the day playing with you and your friends.
hepcat wrote:Next Monday at your place? I believe you went the same level so you should have everything I got. That way I don't have to lug the heavy box to your place.
Chaz wrote:Keep us posted. I like the idea and theme of this one, but I wasn't crazy about what I saw on the Dice Tower video review, and I already own Tales of the Arabian Nights. It's expensive enough with the book that I'm hesitating.
Zarathud wrote:Our Saturday game had us sitting on a pile of 7-8 face down intel with 2 face up guns. We needed 1 communicator and 1 henchman. The pile turned out to be all guns, nukes and henchmen -- no communicators.
MythicalMino wrote:Not sure, to be honest. I complete them when I can. Not obsessive over them. But, in a solo game you start out with 1-3 of those cards. And then add onto that positve status cards...
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