Empire | the board game from Reed College edit / delete

"Empire is a turn-based eco­nom­ic and polit­i­cal (and very occa­sion­al­ly mil­i­tary) strat­e­gy board game, with roots going back to 1938, most­ly devel­oped in the 1960s and 70s by Reed College stu­dents in Portland, Oregon. It is com­plex and addic­tive, reward­ing care­ful long-range plan­ning, but at the same time it allows for free-form cre­ativ­i­ty (with the con­sen­sus of oth­er play­ers)."

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Monopoly Simulations — koaning.io edit / delete

Finding the (fairly small) biases in Monopoly through simulation.

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Ultimate Tic-Tac-Toe | Math with Bad Drawings edit / delete

Recursive noughts and crosses.

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defective yeti — Good Gift Games Greatest Hits edit / delete

Suggestions for board games to buy for other people. (Tested. Works.)

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