Today we talk about the mechanism of negotiation in games. Some my not see it as a mechanism in the traditional sense, but is it clearly a very important system in some if not most games.
Here are your questions:
Q1: Define what constitutes negotiations in board games? what can be negotiated, what can't? #boardgamehour
Q2: What do you like about negotiation in games? #BoardGameHour
Q3: Is all negotiation in games zero-sum? I.e. do you need to convince others you're getting a worse deal than you actually do? #BoardGameHour
Q4: What don't you like about negotiation in games? #BoardGameHour
Q5: What games use negotiation as their core mechanism well? #BoardGameHour
Q6: Do you feel negotiation helps or hinders your immersion during game play? #BoardGameHour
Q7: What are the best games that use negotiation as a side / untended feature to another mechanisms? #BoardGameHour
Q8: What are some of your favorite games with a negotiation mechanism? #BoardGameHour
Q9: Is hidden information key to making negotiation fun? #BoardGameHour
Q10: Do you preferred games where you can or can't go back on a deal? #BoardGameHour
Q11: Do you like it when negotiations are timed? Can pace of a game suffer because of negotiations? #BoardGameHour
Q12: How many games have you played / do you own that don't have some sort of negotiation as part of them ? #BoardGameHour
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