Scott Tullace: "I love this game. Too new to be a classic yet, but a very nice game."
Frank Hamrick: "The best of the class of 2004, IMO. I'm not sure how this one will stand the test of time, but so far it is a hit with our group. I enjoy the many levels of scoring that constantly leave you with the feeling of needing to do more than you can each turn. A multi-faceted game, yet simple. A great combination."
Larry Levy: "The newest member of the list, which means it might slide up or down a few places, but I'm pretty sure it will continue in my Top 15 regardless. A great 'beat the system' game, with an intricate advancement scheme, but success in the auctions is vital as well. A rich game, whose nuances I'm still happily exploring. The four player game is best (I definitely prefer it to the three-player version), but it plays surprisingly well with two. Excluding my first game, I haven't had any trouble in playing this in two hours or less."
blurb assistance from Larry Levy & W. Eric Martin
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