Area Control

Players compete to dominate and control more areas or territories on the game board. It often involves conflict, strategy, and negotiation. Examples include “Risk” and “Smallworld”.

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Black Swan Review

'Black Swan' swept us off our feet at game night! With its easy-to-grasp rules and a perfect mix of strategy and luck, it's now a favorite. The artwork? Gorgeous! Only wish luck played a smaller role sometimes.
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Royals Review

Royals: a perfect blend of strategy and luck, with quality components making every match a new adventure. Despite some luck elements, solid strategies can lead to victory, providing endless fun and challenge for friends and family alike.
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Starship Troopers Review

Starship Troopers mixes strategy with a dash of dice-roll destiny in a thrilling ride across the galaxy. Great design and replayability make it a gem, though the luck factor might bug some purists. Overall, a solid 4/5.
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Caribbean Review

'Caribbean' dazzles with its pirate theme and strategic depth. Though luck plays a role, smart planning leads to victory. A visual treat with high replay value, it's a must-try for fans of strategic and thematic games.
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Greenland Review

Greenland surprises with its deep strategy and historical richness. Balancing Norse survival with smart gameplay, it’s a hit for those who love a challenge minus the luck-dependence. A few rounds in, and you're hooked!
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Bears! Review

'Bears!' is the go-to game for laughs and strategy. Fast-paced and easy to learn, it's perfect for family game nights. Despite a luck factor, its replay value is through the roof. A solid choice for any collection!
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Mississippi Review

Mississippi dazzles with simple rules and high replay value. Its quality pieces enhance the experience. Though luck plays a role, it's a solid game for any collection, earning a well-deserved 4 stars.
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RED Review

Played RED last weekend with friends, and wow, what a hit! Easy enough for everyone to jump in, yet packs a punch with strategy. The art? Gorgeous. Only hiccup? We craved more variety. Still, solid 4 out of 5 stars.
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Civil War Review

'Civil War' shines with its rich historical detail and strategic depth, inviting players back for more. While luck has its moment, strategy truly reigns, making every game a new battle to win or learn from.
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Castle Review

Castle has won my gaming heart! Its mix of easy rules and deep strategy hits the sweet spot. Add in the gorgeous artwork, and it's a game night must-have. Just wish luck played less of a role.