Important Board Game Stuff Nobody Really Talks About | Gameosity
We here at Gameosity spend a lot of time discussing things like clever mechanics, pretty artwork, and interesting themes - especially those themes. However, there are other aspects to many board games that can make or break someone's enjoyment, and sometimes they can be hard to pinpoint. Thankfully I have lots of time on my hands and like to talk at strangers on the internet, so I've taken a crack at shedding some light on this bizarre phenomena. The intention is definitely to help players in knowing what to look for or avoid, but I'm also crossing my fingers in the hopes that developers might also consider these odd little X factors in the future. Because at the end of the day, we all just want to have fun with our games. Avenge me! Set-up and break-down time I really like you, Caverna, but you're kinda high maintenance. Let's face it, no matter how much you may like playing a game, sometimes you just won't feel like going through the hassle of setting it up. This tends to be less