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aliensurfer wrote:did GW not do a 40K Talisman style game?
Galaxy of Trian wrote:Galaxy of Trian is a tile-based sci-fi game, during which the players explore an expanding galaxy.
Game is designed for 2-4 players, above the age of ten, and the playtime of 45-60 min.Players command opposing forces in a race to discover and control the powerful technology left behind by the unmatched race Trian. As the game plays proceeds players form a galaxy full of nebulas, gas clouds, planetary systems and outer space using triangular, two-sided tiles.Players take turns drawing a tile and placing it on the table, thus forming planetary systems, nebulas, and the area of outer space, in which spaceships move. Each turn players obtain minerals [crystals] from the nebulae they control. The basic unit in the game is an emissary, which has the ability to fight over nebulas and planetary systems. When the player wins dominance in the system, the emissary is able to take control over the research stations left by the Trian race.
TwoGunBob wrote:If it's made out of plastic I am not interested. Steam punked plastic dongs go limp too easily.
Malebolgia wrote:New Dawn:
http://store.artipiagames.com/index.php ... ory_id=178
Backed the Kickstarter (and got it in time as promised...go Artipia!) and really like it! It's totally different from a lot of other regular board games. Basically it's a space exploration game where you find space stations, take them and also conquer them from the other players. The game doesn't last very long, but the duration is just right. It feels paced, but not rushed. And the gameplay itself is very good. The artwork is GORGEOUS.
My rating: 9/10
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