#22: Die Macher
Ben Baldanza: "Perfect blend of theme and mechanic."
Mark Edwards: "I rarely play it due to time constraints, but it's my favorite "stew" game where so many different mechanisms merge into a delightful main course."
Nick Sauer: "My regular play group fell apart and I am desperate to play this again as it has been over a year. We play with the one variant that you only move up one opinion in the last region. Brilliant game of ugly politics that you could probably never publish in America. I love how you just buy the media (no sarcasm or jest) as it's presented as a simple plain fact in the game."
Peter Sarrett: "Love the game, but its length means we rarely play. When we do, time sails by. A remarkable piece of design, as its many subsystems work together brilliantly."
Doug Adams: "The fastest 4 hour game I know. Feels like 2 hours."
picture from Board Game Geek
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