Boardgame Brody tells you in this video review why he thinks Tiny Towns by AEG is so popular and so good.
Category - Abstract Strategy Board Games
“Abstract strategy” refers to a style of game in which gameplay is focused solely on player decision-making, with little or no element of chance, and in which theme is secondary or nonexistent. Chess is a well-known example of an abstract strategy game.
Reading Time: < 1 minuteJoin Board Game Brody as he reviews the first expansion to the smash hit Tiny Towns, from AEG. Meeple Mountain’s Tiny Towns (plus Fortune expansion) Giveaway If you can’t see the above...
Join Boardgame Brody in his unboxing video of Tiny Towns by AEG.
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