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Amazing Japanese Fireworks [R]9 months, 2 weeks agocockadoodledoobie posted submission on BetterEveryLoop.
Aug. 6, 2018
Aug. 7, 2018
Hanabi. Not Hanafuda.
The Award Winning Cooperative Card Game Hanabi - 15% off with promo code 15REDHANABI valid until February 23 11:59 PM PST [R]1 year, 2 months agoBgn3rd posted submission on Amazontoyandgamecodes.
Feb. 22, 2018
I can't handle playing board games/games in general with other people. [R]1 year, 5 months agoDec. 17, 2017
Dec. 17, 2017
Yes, I used to really hate competitive games too! I would get so frustrated because my friends are really good and I'd never win. It's helped for me to refocus why I play these games. I enjoy spending time with my friends. Even when I fail I learn something. Etc.
[Meta]We're trending today! [R]2 years, 9 months agoNygardEr posted submission on boardgames.
Aug. 15, 2016
We are one of today's trending subreddits
Regulars, please be aware that there will likely be a lot of new people around today and be welcoming to them.
Aug. 15, 2016
All listed here are great. Another one that might not be brought up is hanabi . www.amazon.com/dp/B00CYQ9Q76/ref=cmswrtwawdmx33OSxb8YEQZ24 * it plays up to 5 but is great with 2 especially your SO (in my situation at least) * it's cooperative * it builds communication in cool and weird ways (without speaking) * it is under $10 and portable * simple to teach (5 minutes) and quick to setup
One thing to note :it is not the easiest game to win and can lead to some tense moments.
Headed to the dojo and looking for good new games [R]3 years, 4 months agoUnfortunateTruths posted submission on boardgames.
Jan. 16, 2016
- must be for three people
- Collaborative is better
What unconventional item would you recommend bringing on dates? [R]3 years, 5 months agoDec. 15, 2015
Looking for games that work well for 2 players and do not require too much concentration or keeping track of lots of things. [R]3 years, 7 months agoFattierob posted submission on boardgames.
Oct. 12, 2015
My wife and I have been getting more into board games and while I enjoy strategy games of all types, her tastes are a little more specific.
Games we both love:
- Carcassone (plus many expansions)
- Dominion (with Seaside and Prosperity)
- Catan (though we feel it is better with 3+ players)
I personally love Smash Up, but she gets exhausted trying to keep track of all the different point counters and reading every new card. She loves games like Boggle since she is great at word/pattern recognition but I'm not very into it since it's not strategic and I never win. =)
I've just picked up Jaipur after reading through some recommendation threads, but we haven't played it yet. I also own Small World, Munchkin, Boss Monster, Tsuro, Fluxx, Locke & Key, Blockus, and Quirkle, to name a few.
I've got a $20 gift card to a game store burning a hole in my pocket so any help finding a new game my wife and I can enjoy together. Thanks!
EDIT: One other small detail if it helps, my wife is extremely competitive, especially with me, and as a result tends not to enjoy games where you can actively screw the other player. I think this is another big reason she is not a huge fan of Munchkin or Smash Up. Dominion has attack cards but they are generally not too damaging to the victim.
[WSIG] Hanabi - which edition? [R]4 years, 2 months agocheesechick posted submission on boardgames.
Feb. 21, 2015
I've heard about Hanabi a lot and finally tried it on BGA. It's really great and would love to play with friends now. However, I'm a bit confused with all the available editions. Between the pocket edition, the deluxe edition and the various different boxes for the regular ones, I'm afraid that there might be an edition that is better than another.
Except for the Deluxe edition, does it really matter? Are they roughly the same? Do they all include the multicoloured cards for example?
Feb. 21, 2015
As far as I know there's only two editions easily available
As for which is better - it just depends on what you want. Personally I like being able to carry the game around (I keep it in my small portable bag of games), so I'm happy to have the smaller version.
But the tile edition, apart from being pretty, has a nice practical aspect to it in that you can just have the tiles on the table without having to hold up cards. When I play Hanabi at home, I generally poach card stands from another game so I don't have to hold them and the tiles just avoid that issue entirely. Also worth noting the box has magnets to keep itself closed, but they're kind of weak so you can't turn the box over or anything - might be bad if you want to carry it around all the time. Also, not sure if this a common issue or not but my friend just got a copy and his tiles/box smell bad. I'm sure they can be aired out, but it was pretty weird.
There's also price to consider - 9ish bucks vs. 35ish bucks. But apart from that I think all that really matters is how much you care about portability.
[WSIG] $25 amazon gift card [R]4 years, 9 months agolazzerini posted submission on boardgames.
Aug. 7, 2014
I just got a $25 gift card to amazon and I'm looking for something fun and light. I was thinking just getting some bulk polyhedral dice or the Cthulhu dice but I thought I'd ask for some suggestions.
Aug. 8, 2014
These are great suggestions. Other light, cheap games I enjoy are:
[Intro] I hope I'm doing this right [R]4 years, 9 months agogreath posted submission on Random_Acts_Of_Amazon.
Aug. 1, 2014
I'm Greath from Rockville, MD. I'm generally a fan of video games, board/card games, computer hardware (waiting for my Code mechanical keyboard off the massdrop!!), and "woodsy" activities like camping, hiking, tubing, and just being in nature.
If you check my post history, you'll see I'm pretty active primarily in /r/knifeclub. That just as much for the wonderful community as for the sharp and shiny things. I helped organize the first sharp swap over there (like a knife club secret santa) and hopefully will be more involved with the 3ed one now that I have some free time again.
I live with my cat (named Tibbers) and girlfriend. Both are amazing and keep me pretty busy when I'm not working. Really interested in seeing the in's and out's of this community.
Not sure what else to say, so here is my favorite youtube video for when I'm feeling down.
Aug. 1, 2014
Found Hanabi at local Barnes and Noble for $11! I am addicted to this game! [R]5 years agoAmoDman posted submission on boardgames.
April 27, 2014
I don't know if this is still the case, but I remember when this was a hard-to-find game. I just wanted to let everyone know that I saw some copies at my B&N for $11. I picked them up along with Power Grid and Killer Bunnies yesterday, and I've played about 4 rounds of Hanabi last night alone; I love it!
Board with Life: Stocking Stuffer Gift Guide [7:26] [R]5 years, 4 months agomufonix posted submission on boardgames.
Dec. 23, 2013
[WSIG] Game under $15, from Amazon. [R]5 years, 11 months agoCityWithoutMen posted submission on boardgames.
June 19, 2013
Numer of Players: 1-100... I need to add $11 to an order, so I'm not trying to fill a specific need. I don't have an single player games, so that would be good, and I am heading to a weekend long family gathering with 30+ people at it, so anything is good. A strictly two player game is low on the list, though, as that's my least common scenario.
Game Length: As above, a 5 minute 1-4 player game, a 30 minute 10 player game... it's all good!
Complexity of Game: Complexity should be inversely related to numbers of players; e.g. if it's <4 a moderately complex game is OK, but if I have to teach it to 10 people, simple is good!
Your Budget: I need $11 to fill out an order, but I can go a bit higher. $15 as the title suggests, but if it's a REALLY GOOD suggestions, I won't be sad if it's a couple dollar more.
Genre: Anything is good. Family friendly is better.
Competitive or Cooperative: Either!
Games I Own/Like or Dislike: For smaller games, I love Hive, Wits and Wagers, and Love Letter. Right now, I'm looking at FlowerFall, We Didn't Playtest This: Legacies, and Mr. Jack Pocket. I'm leaning towards grabbing FlowerFall and bringing it to the family get together, but open to anything!
EDIT: So many good answers/suggestions! I am going to try to reply to more of you, but thanks for the input. You made so many good suggestions that I went into complete analysis paralysis mode and didn't know what to get, so I ended up with FlowerFall just to fill out my order (had to have it in by 6:00). BUT, I am going to be adding SO MANY of these to my wish list, and because they're all so inexpensive, I expect to have several of them in the next month or two!
EDIT EDIT: Just got done scrolling all the way through, seriously added about half a dozen/$100 in games to my list. On the up-side, these are all priced so well that I can justify buying one every once in awhile, and I can put them on "wish lists" come the holidays.
June 19, 2013
Hanabi, most definitely (only two in stock!). For $15 you get one of the most unique co-op card games I've ever seen. I expecting/hoping to see it win the Spiel des Jares this year.
So much fun, and it's definitely a card game you can teach to anyone, and tailor the difficulty as you see fit.