ReplayabilityGames you can play over and over
When you buy a video game, chances are you'll play through it once and then never again. When you buy a book, you might read it a second time years later, but you know it'll end the same way it did last time. Board games are different. You never know how they'll end, because that's up to the players. Of course, not all games can hold up to repeated plays. Some of them get old and repetitive. But how much of a problem is this, really?
Co-hosts: Mikhail Honoridez, Mandy Jelsma
Games mentioned: Cards Against Humanity, Puerto Rico, The Duke, Dominion, Settlers of Catan, The Game of Life, DC Heroes Deckbuilding Game, Risk: StarCraft, Adventure Time: Card Wars, Lords of Waterdeep, Kwizniac, Timeline, Cranium, Quelf, Hive, Risk, Mouse Trap, Crocodile Dentist, Don't Wake Daddy!, Pop-Up Pirate, Loopin' Louie, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Boardgame, Yahtzee, Clue, King of Tokyo, Pit, Magic: The Gathering, Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective, Say Anything, Telestrations, Citadels, Poker, Coup, Skull and Roses