It’s not a particularly spectacular one. Main reason it grabbed my attention is that it contains a few of the games that were in the very first humble tabletop bundles that has not been in bundles since. So if there’s anyone out there who’ve been wanting to grab a few of the titles we’ve been playing around here for a reasonable price then this might be a decent chance.
Tier 1 - 1€
Smallworld 2: Pretty good worker placement strategy game. It has a pretty large roster of races with different attributes that helps keep the game fresh.
Mysterium: Co-operative detective game which @onLooSe and I are trying to gear up towards getting into recently, grab it now and get a spot by the table as we all learn it together.
Abalone: 2 player game of pushing around marbles on a board. Not very interested myself so I don’t know much about it.
Tier 2 - 4.99€
Pandemic: Unfortunately this game does not have online multiplayer so it’s kind of pointless in my opinion. Other than that it IS a pretty well done implementation of a fairly well regarded tabletop game.
Talisman: Not great, not awful. RNG adventure game where you just kind of roll the dice and see where they get you. Tends to drag out a bit.
Splendor: Economic strategy drafting game. The physical card game is pretty well regarded but I’m unsure about the digital version. I’d like to try it out however.
Tier 3 - 9.99€
Carcassone: Strategic tile placement game. Pretty highly regarded and looks like a lot of fun. I would very much like to get to play this with a few people at some point.
Ticket to Ride: Building railroads around the world. It’s a great deal of fun and everyone who’ve tried it has said so. You should try it too.
I would strongly recommend going for tier 3 here for both of the top tier games. I would probably not recommend tier 2 so if you find tier 3 a bit too rich for your wallet then go tier 1 if you think you might want to join us for Mysterium, otherwise this is probably one to skip.