Thursday, March 30, 2006

Mark's One Hundred: #10-#1

#10: Lowenherz
  • designer: Klaus Teuber
  • date of publication: 1997
#9: Fast Food Franchise
  • designer: Tom Lehmann
  • date of publication: 1992
#8: Expedition
  • designer: Wolfgang Kramer
  • date of publication: 1996
#7: Um Reifenbreite
  • designer: Rob Bontenbal
  • date of publication: 1982
#6: Showmanager/Atlantic Star
  • designer: Dirk Henn
  • date of publication: 1997
#5: Puerto Rico
  • designer: Andreas Seyfarth
  • date of publication: 2002
#4: El Grande
  • designer: Wolfgang Kramer & Richard Ulrich
  • date of publication: 1995

#3: Memoir '44

  • designer: Richard Borg
  • date of publication: 2004
#2: The Princes of Florence
  • designer: Wolfgang Kramer & Richard Ulrich
  • date of publication: 2000
#1: The Settlers of Catan
  • designer: Klaus Teuber
  • date of publication: 1995



Blogger Cameron said...

Woot, Settlers Of Catan is wonderful. I just played it last night. I am no longer the Lord of Catan after that game though. Thanks for the list.

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Blogger fuerza de voluntad said...


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Blogger Blue said...

this is confusing.

10:49 AM  
Blogger High Power Rocketry said...

Catan :) Very interesting.


6:59 AM  
Blogger Poll said...

Hello !

Very nice blog !!


10:18 AM  
Blogger S D. said...

Settlers Rocks! All other games pale in comparison!

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Blogger Sarah said...

I'm a huge Settlers fan. I just played it with the Seafarers expansion. I lost, so I want to play again!

3:21 PM  
Blogger Darkhonor said...


I didn't even know anyone knew Fast Food Franchise existed! Much less that someone would put it in their top ten! My dad bought this for my sister when it was first printed. He purchased it at a gaming convention and I could have sworn it was a prototype game and not one that saw much print time. We loved it but it's nice to see that other people do too.

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