Is it balance that typifies euro games? Is it lack of conflict? Or is it something else? I enjoy many Euro games but for me some can feel like multi player solitaire. I don't directly ask a question about that as you will see, because I like to have neutral or positive questions (ish) but I'd love to hear your thoughts on it.
Our side topic is party games, so bring some balloons and cake!
Hope you enjoy these questions and the discussions they create.
Monday 11th July 2016 questions are:
Q1: How would you describe "Euro games" to someone new to our hobby?
Q2: What mechanic do you feel most exemplifies Euro games?
Q3: What do you like about Euro games?
Q4: What don't you like about Euro games?
Q5: Do Euro games really have less conflict or is it just less direct?
Q6: Which Euro style game would you say is the most thematic?
Q7: What are your top 3 Euro games?
Q8: What tips would you give to someone wanting to design an Euro style game?
Q9: Are Euro games, only published in Europe? What games from american publishers are "euros"?
Q10: Side topic… How often do you play party games? who with?
Q11: What do you / don't you like about playing party games?
Q12: What are you top three party games?
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