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  • ggttjjnn 8 months ago

    cats like to hide/sleep in gardens, not just dead ones

  • conillet 8 months ago

    Can't hold a candle to the excellent "Patchwork".

  • Andres Romero 8 months ago

    Don't mess with cats

  • Toronto1967 8 months ago

    Top 10 most fiddly games that you still enjoy

  • fingolfinfinwe 8 months ago

    Depends on what kind of game you want. Patchwork is much better in my opinion, but for people that want something lighter this may be better.

  • Gizensha Fox 8 months ago

    I think the mechanism is closer to Tangram puzzles than Tetris, but that's neither here nor there…

    Just a question of figuring out if this is enough of an upgrade from Patchwork (despite losing the time track which I love as a mechanic in anything, but the button economy, while interesting… If the tiles come out in the wrong order can be an absolute pain at the start of the game) to justify the expense…

  • Patrick Doss 8 months ago

    I could see this being nominated for Spiel des Jahres 2017

  • Patrick Doss 8 months ago

    when will this be available in America?

  • adolson 8 months ago

    Dead cats buried in the garden is the only reason I am interested in this one.

  • Leonard 8 months ago

    Always liked Patchwork, but never do 2-player games. Looking forward to this one.

  • Angela Lin 8 months ago

    patchwork for me because it feels so much cleaner as a system

  • Monkeyb00y 8 months ago

    Where can I preorder? Nothing showing on MM or CSI. :(

  • Xhawk33 8 months ago

    Any ideas when this will hit retail in USA ? Really want it, thanx.

  • dannydoesright 8 months ago

    Looks decent, but having already owned Patchwork, I see no reason to own both. I really wouldn't want to play this kind of game with more than one person. The major thing I don't like about this compared to Patchwork is the resetting your board in this one…I like building and looking at it in the end and seeing my final creation.