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Please excuse my formatting because I am on mobile. There is an article from Girl’s Game Shelf discussed here that was posted on this subreddit that talked about a minority woman’s experience at games nights and conventions. As a woman and a minority gamer who has gone to several board game conventions (including conventions alone), I think about this a lot.
I love board games (I am a cheap nerd, what can I say) and would play a board game about FI. There is one game that I think could serve really well as a concept for FI game. It’s called pandemic and it’s a cooperation game where everybody needs to work together in various roles and functions to beat the system (the disease before it spreads). You need to use various optimizing tactics.
Plague Inc. The Board Game is an board game simulating pandemic diseases for 1-4 players (with 5th player expansion available) lasting 60-90 minutes. It is based on the game Plague Inc., and was released in November 2017. Each player is deadly disease competing against the other plagues. Players may choose between 2 disease types, which is Bacteria or Virus. The goal is to get as many DNA.
For The King is a challenging blend of strategy, turn-based combat, and roguelike elements. Each playthrough is unique with procedural maps, quests, and events. Explore Fahrul in either single.
In these difficult times we're all in need of uplifting, in need of an escape from the four walls we've been locked up in - to be transported into a new dimension.
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