Friday, November 11, 2005

#23: Taj Mahal

Opinions are divided on this very sophisticated game of "chicken" - but there is no denying the gorgeous looks and intricate mechanics of Taj Mahal.

Pat Korner: "The ultimate mix of tactics and strategy, combining poker-style bluffing and tactics with an information-rich board that begs for long-term planning. There are so many things to consider each and every round - I feel mentally exhausted after a session of this with accomplished players."

Doug Adams: "Brilliant "stare-em-down" game of skill and bluff."

William Eldard: "Not much is spoken about this Knizia gem any more, but this game has more tension than any game this side of poker. Some people don't like it for that reason, but it's still my favorite."

Greg Daigle: "This game can be so unforgiving, but it's tense and a lot of fun."

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Anonymous Robert Jones (Ipecac) said...

My favorite game at #23?!?

Nooooooooooo!!

Seriously, great game filled with tension and decisions that you may come to immediately regret. Plus awesome bits.

7:50 AM  

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