453Re: [lbgc] Re: new and old games
- Feb 23, 2008It is a re-working of 2nd Ed, they have ironed out some discrepancies and brought in some things from some of the expansions.
I have it, I pre-ordered a copy whilst I was at GenConUK down in Reading.
I've played it a few times and yes it is incredibly random but a good laugh for a few hours with mates and beer.
BrianOn 18/02/2008, macleodandrew <maclandr@...> wrote:
Dave, Bob and I played the new edition of Talisman at the games fair
in Tring last November. It was exactly the same as the previous
version as far as I could see except for artistic design of the board
and some of the bits and pieces. Fun game but too luck driven even
for me. Andrew
--- In lbgc@..., "Neil Parker" <vedantananda@...> wrote:
> It would be great if FFG did a revamp of Talisman in the way only
> they know how with modern mechanics - the 4th ed. is essentially
> 2nd ed. from what i gather. Good old game thats rather obsolete in
> terms of mechanics.
> In addition to the games i've already identified, i'd play Cosmic
> Encounter, Indonesia, Blackbeard, Dune - all sound good - like to
> a FFG version of Kings and Things. Played Dune before as House
> Atreides - worth another play.
> For me Cosmic Encounter and Indonesia have been mentioned a few
> times - they ought to get an airing.
> --- In lbgc@..., "George Young" <george.young9@>
> > Indonesia is a game that needs to be introduced at the club
> > needs someone who has a good grasp on the rules (Start reading
> > Stuart). Its a shame GW has again stopped the development of
> > Now thats a game I would like to see FFG develop, good old roll
> > move beer & pretzel game.
> > George
> > --- In lbgc@..., Garner <garner.ucd@> wrote:
> > >
> > > I have Talisman 4th. But Dune is a good shout for the oldies.
> > have
> > > thought of that one, but if you're going to pick more than 3,
> you'll get
> > > crackers in there.
> > >
> > > I don't have Roads & Boats, but I think I could get my hands on
> > Though
> > > not easily. I have another game of theirs Indonesia which is
> > >
> > > --
> > > Brian
> > > http://bofarrell.blogspot.com/
> > > http://viewingsport.blogspot.com/
> > > http://lookintothisweek.blogspot.com/
> > >
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