I played Game of Thrones: The Card Game with 3 players, but ended by the time-limit. I think it was a well-constructed game, but also it was not my game to pick up, as I do not know the original drama, Game of Thrones.
If you have watched the series and like it, you must like this card game, too.
My buddy had played Game of Thrones: The Card Game before, he explained the rule. Since we were completely new to this game and Game of Thrones, it took long.
120 minutes for 5 round
It also took long since we were not familiar with each effects of many cards.
We basically got to understand how the game is good. So here is the points to enjoy this Card Game more;
- Read its rulebook.
- Understand effects of all cards before starting a game.
- Build your deck by yourself.
- If possible, watch the TV series.
Game of Thrones: The Card Game is classified as a Living Card Game (LCG) by the developer. LCG is slightly different from CCG which is the more common style. The difference between LCG and CCG is; LCG is sold as a playable set of cards or as an entire set of expansion cards, while CCG is basically sold in small batches of cards and players need to buy many package to get a card they want.
And to play LCG and CCG, players should look throughout the entire set of cards and decide which and how many cards are included in their deck.
Played: Roll for the Galaxy, Catan, Curio Collector (3 of 3-player games)Written by George Created on Saturday, 12 March 2016 06:48I played 3 games in 3-player group. The games we played were Roll for the Galaxy, Curio Collectors, and Catan.
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