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Other Games / Re: Favorite Tile-Laying Games
« Last post by Dugrand1 on Today at 12:48:27 AM »
Pocketgames like Sprawlopolis, Agropolis and Naturopolis (and expansions)

Gold Mine, The Cave and Saboteurs

Other Games / Re: Favorite Tile-Laying Games
« Last post by carlium on March 23, 2023, 08:10:43 PM »
I enjoy Cacao (

Expansions are interesting too.

You can test it
Other Games / Re: Favorite Tile-Laying Games
« Last post by dirk2112 on March 23, 2023, 06:53:45 PM »
We really enjoy Castles of Mad King Ludwig.

I also recommend Isle of Skye Chieftain to King.  There is a Big Box out now that excludes the worst expansion, but has all the good content.
Other Games / Re: Favorite Tile-Laying Games
« Last post by fbinstant on March 23, 2023, 06:33:27 PM »
Cascadia, unlike Carcassonne, you place the tiles to form your own region.
Isle of Cats, but it is harder than Carcassonne.
Other Games / Re: Favorite Tile-Laying Games
« Last post by Bumsakalaka on March 23, 2023, 04:50:21 PM »

Odoslané z SM-A202F pomocou Tapatalku

Other Games / Favorite Tile-Laying Games
« Last post by kothmann on March 23, 2023, 12:50:00 PM »
I am interested in other tile-laying games and want help from anyone who is interested.  First a bit of background....

I found this great thread with a lengthy index of tile-laying games:

In fact, it was the last post in this thread that led me to Land vs. Sea:

And from there to Fjords:

And then to double-sided Carcassonne and double-sided Fjords:

I am in the process of making double-sided variants of Tsuro and Days of Steam, though I was also persuaded by @danisthirty (Tsuro Review) to give the official version of Tsuro another try, and did enjoy it.

I prefer tile-laying games where there is no board, and a minimum of extra "equipment".  Land vs. Sea can be played with nothing but the tiles, for example!  Tsuro has only a single dragon marker per player.  Fjords has only 2 types of wood bits, and they are placed in distinct phases of play.  Days of Steam has a bit more complexity, and is my least favorite (it seems to have a dead Forum on BGG, and having only just bought a copy, I think I see why).

I prefer the randomness of the game to come only from the tile drawing.  And I like a lot of player interaction, not "simultaneous solitaire" (though I think this aptly describes Chinese Mahjong, which I do very much enjoy).  And I prefer each turn to present a reasonable number of choices, with clear risks and rewards and some tactics, but with enough randomness and complexity that it won't be useful to over-think things, so you can make a decision in a few seconds most of the time.  (As you can tell from all of this, Carcassonne is by far my favorite game!)

So...what tile-laying game should I try next?  I would be especially interested in games that meet most of my preferences but perhaps have a hand of tiles, because I think games like this are candidates to be improved by eliminating the hand of tiles and making the tiles double-sided!   >:D

Thanks in advance to anyone with suggestions.
Anything Else / Re: Happy Birthday
« Last post by Meepledrone on March 23, 2023, 12:39:22 AM »
Happy Birthday @MMike  !!!

Hope you have an awesome day!!! ...And have fun of course!!!

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General / Re: Tile reference tool on Wikicarpedia
« Last post by danisthirty on March 21, 2023, 02:32:28 PM »
Also happy for it to be allowed to continue to function as is. "If it ain't broke, don't fix it!"

And please try to keep it friendly. We're allowed and expected to disagree with other on a forum like this, but that doesn't mean we shouldn't respect each other too.
General / Re: Tile reference tool on Wikicarpedia
« Last post by Scott on March 21, 2023, 10:59:08 AM »
There's no need to be rude.
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