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I check the "Rank" box under "General Info" and I have 8 more on my "bottom 10 i recommend" for future articles that didn't break Sort of the opposite of "honorable mention" since I'm working from the bottom.
The following user s said Thank You: ubarose. Sorry mate, this year has me all out of sorts. Okay, if I understand this correctly, I will be looking at the lowest ranked boardgames per BGG ranking in my collection, excluding any of the classic family boardgames.
Starting from the bottom, here is my list, by BGG rank, with my rating in parentheses: 19, Gother Than Thou 7 : A filler card game incorporating set collection and take-that gameplay.
Once the local hipster board game group starts playing again, I should bring this because they will definitely like it. My copy was a standalone edition that they distributed a year later due to enthusiastic reaction to the original.
Each player is the leader of a mythos cult, and randomly generates 3 stats on 3d6. The rest of your character sheet is actually 3 ranks of cultists who defend you and attack other cults.
Half of your cultists are thugs and the rest are conjurers. The deck of take-that cards were hilarious in the mid-'90s, but some of the references now seem apocryphal.
The game starts out fun, but can run long, especially for players eliminated early on. I should probably change my rating to 6.
The finished game is but an echo of our original design, but is still a moderately fun multi-player game. Each player is a vampire who is struggling to climb a social pyramid to become the new Prince of the City in a nameless city in White Wolf's New World of Darkness.
The five characters are not fairly balanced against each other, but a player count of 4 or 5 may balance things somewhat due to typical multiplayer social engineering.
The take-that card deck adds to the fun. Here, one player is some major threat to the City, while the rest of the players have a week to climb a challenge pyramid to engage in final battle with the threat.
I have only played twice, and might rate it a 6. The rulebook does a poor job of communicating the rules, and certain aspects of the game feel counter-intuitive, but the overall structure and setting seem appealing and offer a decent replay value.
All you get is an 11"x17" playmat, and you need to supply your own player tokens, plus 25 land cards from Magic: the Gathering.
The game plays like a variant of Aggravation. So it's a simple combat game with a weird west setting, and it plays a lot like a multi-player shooter computer game.
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Not so good — but could play again. Average — Slightly boring, take it or leave it. Ok — will play if in the mood.
Good — usually willing to play. Very good — enjoy playing and would suggest it. Excellent — always enjoy playing it.