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https://boardgamegeek.com/wiki/page/Eurogame

Most Eurogames share the following elements:

Player conflict is indirect and usually involves competition over resources or points. Combat is extremely rare.
Players are never eliminated from the game (All players are still playing when the game ends.)
There is very little randomness or luck. Randomness that is there is mitigated by having the player decide what to do after a random event happens rather than before. Dice are rare, but not unheard of, in a Euro.
The Designer of the game is listed on the game's box cover. Though this is not particular to Euros, the Eurogame movement seems to have started this trend. This is why some gamers and designers call this genre of games Designer Games.
Much attention is paid to the artwork and components. Plastic and metal are rare, more often pieces are made of wood.
Eurogames have a definite theme, however, the theme most often has very little to do with the gameplay. The focus instead is on the mechanics; for example, a game about space may play the same as a game about ancient Rome.
Eurogames typically have multiple viable paths to scoring points or securing the win condition.

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Great reviews! I'm looking to get my kids into euro-style games, and they all love Minecraft, so this should be a perfect Christmas gift.
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thanks OP
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Great reviews! I'm looking to get my kids into euro-style games, and they all love Minecraft, so this should be a perfect Christmas gift.
What is a "euro-style" game? Just curious...
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My 9 year old loves this game. It is challenging but there are ways to make it easier so adults and kids can both enjoy it.
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Man, I confess I got lured in for the minecraft board game but I can't justify paying $25 for cardboard components, if market cheaps out, customer will do worse.

Edit: Wife lost her job. That should make it right.
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What is a "euro-style" game? Just curious...

https://boardgamegeek.com/wiki/page/Eurogame

Most Eurogames share the following elements:

Player conflict is indirect and usually involves competition over resources or points. Combat is extremely rare.
Players are never eliminated from the game (All players are still playing when the game ends.)
There is very little randomness or luck. Randomness that is there is mitigated by having the player decide what to do after a random event happens rather than before. Dice are rare, but not unheard of, in a Euro.
The Designer of the game is listed on the game's box cover. Though this is not particular to Euros, the Eurogame movement seems to have started this trend. This is why some gamers and designers call this genre of games Designer Games.
Much attention is paid to the artwork and components. Plastic and metal are rare, more often pieces are made of wood.
Eurogames have a definite theme, however, the theme most often has very little to do with the gameplay. The focus instead is on the mechanics; for example, a game about space may play the same as a game about ancient Rome.
Eurogames typically have multiple viable paths to scoring points or securing the win condition.
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https://boardgamegeek.com/wiki/page/Eurogame

Most Eurogames share the following elements:

Player conflict is indirect and usually involves competition over resources or points. Combat is extremely rare.
Players are never eliminated from the game (All players are still playing when the game ends.)
There is very little randomness or luck. Randomness that is there is mitigated by having the player decide what to do after a random event happens rather than before. Dice are rare, but not unheard of, in a Euro.
The Designer of the game is listed on the game's box cover. Though this is not particular to Euros, the Eurogame movement seems to have started this trend. This is why some gamers and designers call this genre of games Designer Games.
Much attention is paid to the artwork and components. Plastic and metal are rare, more often pieces are made of wood.
Eurogames have a definite theme, however, the theme most often has very little to do with the gameplay. The focus instead is on the mechanics; for example, a game about space may play the same as a game about ancient Rome.
Eurogames typically have multiple viable paths to scoring points or securing the win condition.
Thanks for the excellent explanation! Any other highly recommended "Euro games" you like?
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Thanks for the excellent explanation! Any other highly recommended "Euro games" you like?
Terraforming Mars
Wingspan
Scythe
Castle of Burgundy
7 Wonders
Lords of Waterdeep
Viticulture
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Thanks for the excellent explanation! Any other highly recommended "Euro games" you like?
Good starter games:
Ticket to Ride
Splendor
Azul
Jamaica
Takenoko
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Good starter games:
Ticket to Ride
Splendor
Azul
Jamaica
Takenoko
As a board game store owner, I love that you put Jamaica and not Settlers of Catan. This is a good mix of games, however, Takenoko and ticket to ride are very similar. People who play settlers of Catan tend to only play that game.
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my son just saw the Minecraft game in the store and wanted it for Christmas. +1 thanks.
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