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Taj Mahal (reprint 2006)   (View Game)
   quixotequest

I think this is one of the most perfect Reiner Knizia games -- very elusive, addicting and embraces the theme of balance in dominance. The theme of controliing areas of trade, or religion, or politics, etc., while building palaces around India is, once again, a completely obvious pasted-on theme like many of the Doctor's games. But the mechanisms of how you vie for influence are really sweet and sophisticated for the boardgaming realm. Taj Mahal really should play quicker with experienced players -- and can bog down a bit when laying with new players. And it's definitely suited better in its slightly fiddly scorekeeping for a computer game, yet to own it in all its tangible pieced, human-interactive form is a pleasure for any board gaming afficionado.

Taj Mahal (reprint 2006)   (View Game)
   Dog
This is an excellent and under-appreciated game of area control through bidding. Don't be intimidated by the dry theme, as it's as pasted on as they come. The actual gameplay is really superb, easy to grasp and enjoy, with a lot of depth and replayability.

 

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