For me Sunday is game day and this past Sunday we played tiny epic tactics, an adorably tiny but surprisingly deep turn based tactics game, and ramen fury, a bite sized combo building game where you each compete to make the tastiest bowls of ramen.
Of the two I feel l will reach for tiny epic tactics whenever I've got that competitive grid based tactics itch and may even consider grabbing the expansions. Ramen fury failed to catch the magic for me and will probably remain on the shelf.
Played a pretty congested game with four players each with six man squads.
The side hustle cards are great and added a ton of fun uncertainty eyeing each other up waiting for a card to be revealed.
Unfortunately I rolled like I usually do and limped off the table with only one treasure and a small side hustle objective.
The side hustle cards, in my opinion, are a must buy and add a ton of fun to your games.
What the opinion is now on best supplements?
I own a fair few myself but haven't been able to play most of them and they seem to vary on the impact they have, but I haven't bought any since second edition came out and am curious what the current opinion is.
Secondarily I wonder how most players deal with all the various treasure charts. Do you strictly follow the rules in the books or do you create one mega list for simplicities sake?