#29: Battle Line/Schotten Totten
Brian Leet: "My favorite essentially abstract game. Pure simplicity with tons of fun."
Pat Korner: "My favourite 2-player game. The variant that lets you only claim markers at the start of your turn takes a moderately fun and very luck-based game (Schotten Totten) and turns it into a gem. Tense and highly enjoyable but still playable in a half hour."
Aaron Fuegi: "Quick two player with lots of strategy. The Tactics cards area great improvement on the already good Schotten-Totten, unlike the changes GMT made to their other Knizia games."
Dave Arnott: "Two-player game of choice. Tension, skill, some bluff, just enough luck to make it interesting, but not so much that you have to play multiple games to even things out. Vastly superior to the unnecessary-chrome-filled Battle Line."
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