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Avalon Hill - Vegas Showdown
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This is among our favorites (probably in the top 3 along with Ticket to Ride and Power Grid). The play is fast, the bidding keeps everyone involved, and there is a lot of creativity to the game and game-play.
The rules seem a little complex on reading, but quickly become second-nature. The game is nearly intuitive. The touch-move feature is fun: just like in Vegas, once you've let go of your bid-marker, there's no going back.
And for those who might be concerned, there is no gambling in this game. It's basically a game of bidding, acquiring "rooms" for your casino and hotel. The creativity comes in placement of these rooms and in acquisition of some rooms that have prerequisite rooms required before placement.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Cannot believe it's not published any more. Never gets old, not difficult to learn, and tons of strategy on multiple levels. A huge success amongst my friends.Published on December 8, 2012 by Lincoln Russell
My gaming group introduced me to this game earlier this year and afterward I knew I would want a copy. Read morePublished on December 3, 2012 by Jonathon D Leszczynski
Highly recommended. What I like is not just the strategy, but the fact that everyone is doing something in every turn. Most games, your actions only occur in your turn, not here.Published on January 4, 2011 by Peter D. Beckman