Disco Elysium is on my Steam wishlist, just waiting for a good special.I did, at least enough for a guy in his early/mid 20s. It was obviously a bit stressful at times but it was a pretty cool time in my life, met a lot of great people through it, it took me overseas to live for a bit. Just something cool to look back on and say I gave something a bit abstract a shot and had some success with it.
Hah, yes if I'm ever in the area I'll def be up for beers and games. If you're into DnD and tabletop stuff but also play vidya games, I'd recommend checking out Disco Elysium. Really cool isometric RPG with some tabletop mechanics, it's pretty wild.
I was in the same boat, but with really nothing else to play I said fu** it and just bought it a few days ago. Well worth it, it's great. It actually did go on sale from $56 to a tick under $40 right after I bought it as well.Disco Elysium is on my Steam wishlist, just waiting for a good special.
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Haven't played Rummikub, but have played Backgammon a lot. I find the best way to learn a (new) game is to watch a Youtube vid - there's heaps on how to set up, how to play, reviews etc. I find I learn faster from a video than reading rules.Has anyone ever worked out how to play Backgammon and Rummikub?
I'm lost every time.
Yeah, I saw that, hanging out for more than 30% off but, having said that, I'm getting tempted to get it sooner rather than later.I was in the same boat, but with really nothing else to play I said fu** it and just bought it a few days ago. Well worth it, it's great. It actually did go on sale from $56 to a tick under $40 right after I bought it as well.
If you play 3 laps for a race, damage/wear is definitely something you have to watch. Pitting only replaces tyres, it doesn't fix any other car issues, so you can't just go flat out every lap.My brother brought that round one night, had a good time. Monaco was definitely more fun than the "street" track on the reverse. We made a house role, I don't quite remember it, something about the pit lane - maybe you had to brake and accelerate rather than doing the whole time at top speed? Whatever it was it made avoiding damage more meaningful.
Yeah, if you roll well after pitting, you can almost get out again in the same turn. A bad roll you have to wait until the next turn.Maybe it was tyres then - some of us played it safe to conserve tyres, the others pushed it to the limit, but then pitting was no real penalty.