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Category - Negotiation Board Games
Negotiation games are those in which a player’s success hinges on their ability to manipulate and coerce the other players in the game in order to resolve conflict. Games of this type place relatively few rules around player interaction so that players are free to “play politics” in whatever way will bring the most benefit. This can range from limited cooperation with a specific player to making a web of deals around the table. Many of these games will even allow players to blatantly lie or trade non-game-related items in exchange for cooperation. One of the purest negotiation games is the aptly-named Diplomacy, which has served as inspiration for modern games like the equally aptly-named A Game of Thrones: The Board Game.
In today's step ladder, we celebrate Catan and explore the way it has influenced many of the games that have followed in its wake.
If you’ve ever dreamed of running your own government, one composed completely of zoo animals, then Zoocracy is right up your alley! Check out our Zoocracry review and seize control of the zoo!
Are you a fan of negotiation games? Do you like heavy resource management, engine building games? Check out our review of Sidereal Confluence to find out if this gem is for you.
Rising Sun hits retail today so we're taking a look at one of the biggest games of the last several years. Check out our Rising Sun review and decide if this "beast" of a game belongs in your collection.
Explore the galaxy. Expand your empire. Exploit resource-rich planets. Exterminate your foes. Can you bring your people to cultural ascendancy? Will you rise above your foes to emerge victorious? We take a look at the epic Star...