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I love about any game that requires the least amount of movement possible. Before enrolling into the subject BCM300 I knew I was getting into a subject I knew very little about. When I was growing up I played many of your standard popular tabletop games such asMonopoly, Uno and Connect Fourwith both my family and my friends. While these games require very basic forms of strategic game play, it did however teach me the basic mechanics of tabletop games.

In the first seminar we explored ‘foundation games’. These games aimed to provide us with the simple mechanics of tabletop games that required very little strategy. The very first game that was selected for our group of four was ‘Sushi Go!’. BoardGameGeek refers to the game as a ‘super-fast card game’ which is aimed for 2-5 players from the ages of 8 and above. If…

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