Tag: Carcassonne: Hunters & Gatherers

  • Helcon III — Sunday

    If you haven’t read Helcon III — Saturday yet, that’s the place to start from. Sunday began with a meeting, when the Finnish Diplomacy Association had it’s last meeting. It’s final now: the association will now be known as Finnish Boardgame Society or Suomen lautapeliseura. We’ll forget Diplomacy and start spreading the gospel of better […]

  • Friday’s games

    After a very long board meeting (2½ hours, but lots of good discussion, too) we started the games. We played Space Beans, Wildlife, Medina, Samurai, Ra and Carcassonne: Hunters & Gatherers. Space Beans started the evening — it wasn’t quite on top of my list of games I had wanted to play, but well, we […]

  • Boardgame club meeting: Puerto Rico, Die Händler, Carcassonne: H&G

    The last meeting for this year of the Tampere University board game club was yesterday. We had a nice amount of people playing lots of different games. The Game of the Year -award was given to Puerto Rico (last year’s winner was Carcassonne) and the finals of the Spirit of the Game -tournament was played. […]

  • Carcassonne: Hunters & Gatherers preview

    So, today I had the first opportunity to try the new Carcassonne: Hunters & Gatherers. There are quite a few changes from the basic game, but it’s still definitely the same game. Cities have turned in to forests. They are quite similar, however, there’s an interesting incentive to close other people’s forests. If a forest […]

  • BSW games: Carcassonne H&G, Puerto Rico

    I played two games at the Brettspielwelt today. First I tried the new Carcassonne: Hunters & Gatherers. It was a two-player game, and I won. See the separate entry for a preview of the game. The second game was, yet again, Puerto Rico. Another victory! This time it was close: 31-31-28 — I only won […]