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[PC] Steam - Humble More Board Games Bundle - $1US/$6US (BTA)/$12US (~$1.40AUD/$8.38AUD (BTA)/$16.77AUD) - Humble Bundle

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The new Humble Bundle is here - this time it is another Board Game bundle including games that have not been bundled before.
Three tiers as always:

Tier 1: $1 US:

  • Ticket to Ride: First Journey
  • Love Letter
  • Gloom: Digital Edition
  • Twilight Struggle

Tier 2: $6 US(BTA):

  • Pandemic: The board game
  • Carcassonne: Tiles and Tactics
  • Carcassonne: Inns & Cathedrals
  • Ascension: Deckbuilding game
  • Mysterium: a Psychic Clue game
  • Mysterium: Hidden Signs
  • Mysterium: Secrets & Lies

Tier 3: $12 US:

  • Scythe: Digital Edition
  • Pathfinder Adventures: Obsidian Edition

Enjoy!

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    Twilight Struggle is highly regarded, is the digital edition exactly the same?

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      Even better as an app. Ai will kick your ass if you make poor moves

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        Was considering buying just so i can learn how to play scythe without the huge setup.

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    Boardgames are bested play on a table with a group of friends and alcohol.

    If thats not a reliable option and you can only commit to online, tabletop simulator is probably the way to go and not individual games.

    That said, $1.50 tier is great value, especially if you wish to purchase the actual boardgame and just want to test the waters.

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      As long as you can play locally (on a tablet, couch co-op), you still get that social aspect but now it's 10x faster to set up and actually play.

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      The ticket to ride one is great with online strangers.

      With discord now online boardgames are amazing and hilarious.

      The future is now.

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      I agree that physical tabletop gaming is the better option, this is a cheap investment to test games, to buy Physical later. Scythe, for example, is $108aus on Amazon right now, $18 is worth it to see if it's any good, along with any others I haven't played