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- Sat, 02 Aug 2014 12:41:04 EST F5P7OV4I No.27072
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Cards, board game, or table top

Preferably something casual you can play while fairly drunk.
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NETRUNNER - Sat, 02 Aug 2014 14:53:23 EST WNm3UFlO No.27073 Reply
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this game is a "living card game"

you play as a hacker or as a corporation - as a corporation, you try to score agenda points and as the hacker you try to steal them and make them public.

>its really nice but nothing for drunk fucks
>i recommend to play it when /stim/med

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Netrunner
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Phoebe Cickleville - Sat, 02 Aug 2014 23:36:02 EST 9yKa/4Mv No.27075 Reply
Othello
flipflipflipflipFUCKYOUSONOFABITCHflipflip
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Sophie Gublingchet - Tue, 05 Aug 2014 06:42:23 EST ZDBb4orl No.27087 Reply
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>>27073

This game is amazing. It would be fun to play drunk once you got good but the learning curve is too much for that shit.

But yeah stimhack that shit
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ASSHOLE JUNKIE - Wed, 06 Aug 2014 08:47:59 EST 3qP7TT0e No.27091 Reply
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>>27087

i've got many other table top games like arkham horror, civilizations & galaxy trucker - everytime we smoke or drink while playling, it ends in a fucking mess. everytime. everytime. maybe next time there'll be joints and coffee cuz /stim/ is the way to enjoy those games.

wait
you got a inside job in your butthole
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Eliza Blatherworth - Wed, 06 Aug 2014 10:46:05 EST F5P7OV4I No.27093 Reply
>>27091
I thought it was common to smoke and drink while playing tabletop? It isn't hard unless you're like bar-night wasted. My friend who's gming a game right now got pissed off at my friend for bringing some rum.. to my house. He forgot our sheets which I told him to give us when we made em, so I smoked a bowl with my friend while he went back and got them. We both could play just fine, gm still was telling me to lay off the booze when I sipped my drink. idk, I get where he's coming from, but I was nursing a drink not chugging it.

When I learn to gm I'm gonna encourage drinking/smoking for my games.
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ASSHOLE JUNKIE - Wed, 06 Aug 2014 18:14:38 EST 3qP7TT0e No.27094 Reply
>>27093

with easy games like monopoly - great idea

but for complex blockbusters like arkham horror you need that concentration son!

>"dude, what? which turn is it?"
>"umm.. what?"
>"which phase man"
>"uhh i guess fighting phase?"
>"nah man, its walking phase"
>"i dont know uhhh..."

classic conversation
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Basil Happerson - Wed, 06 Aug 2014 20:17:09 EST F5P7OV4I No.27095 Reply
Haha, cards against humanity is probably the easiest game to play drunk and high. I've even played it on shrooms. I've done shit like gamma world fairly lit and buzzed, I imagine even something like magic would be easy. Wait isn't Arkham Horror Call of Cthulhu? I've done that buzzed before, wasn't so bad.
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ASSHOLE JUNKIE - Thu, 07 Aug 2014 06:12:32 EST B/GjXL8U No.27097 Reply
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>>27095

playing card games on shrooms haha ha
i meant the table top game but theres a card game too
but heres the bad boy
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Charles Forringwat - Thu, 11 Sep 2014 21:09:51 EST iYE1dM6I No.27162 Reply
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Fluxx is pretty good, and dominion
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Angus Chillycocke - Thu, 18 Sep 2014 23:27:50 EST OEYw0gsX No.27205 Reply
  1. Pandemic. A co-op game in which you work with your teammates to stop the outbreak of 4 different diseases across the globe. Each player has a role he/she plays which has certain abilities. Discuss strategy amongst the people you are playing with to figure out the best way to cure the diseases. Has 3 levels of difficulty and at level 3 is rewardingly difficult. Drinking and smoking makes decision making a little harder, yet the rules are easy to learn after you watch a video explaining them.

2. Netrunner. Really great card game with everything you need in the box so no collecting involved. Comes with 7 prebuilt decks ready to play so you can focus on learning the rules before jumping into deckbuilding. Asymmetrical rules lend a great deal of immersion and tension. Once you learn the ropes and aren't playing competitively, it becomes a really good game to smoke or drink and play while you listen to music, a podcast, standup, etc.

3. Ticket to Ride is great. Takes 10-15 minutes to learn the rules, but there is a good amount of strategy involved and hours of fun to be had.
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ASSHOLE JUNKIE - Sat, 20 Sep 2014 03:48:09 EST orJDUKZ3 No.27207 Reply
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>>27205

i heard of pandemic a long time ago but i thought it was meant for younger people.
hows the long time motivation?
feels every game similiar besides the different difficults?
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Martin Wonningnutch - Sun, 05 Oct 2014 20:33:04 EST 5e5F9lye No.27240 Reply
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Quoridor is simple and fun enough to play wasted. But is thoughtful enough to still be engaging.

Scales to 4 player if friends come over.
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Hedda Semmlestone - Tue, 07 Oct 2014 21:57:13 EST 5e5F9lye No.27244 Reply
>>27242

Get to the opposite side of the board before the other guy. Each turn you either move or place a wall.

You're limited to 10 walls each, so there's a lot of baiting and waiting, trying to lure people down an alley you plan to close. There's defense too, since each wall is 2 long, and you can't overlap, you can create a 1 wide gap to slip through. The movement rules when two pieces are passing eachother can make for interesting standoffs as well.

The weakest part is the very end. Once the walls are all in play, the game is basically decided. If you're more than a couple moves out, just count out your path to the end and score it that way.

It's a short game, about 10 minutes. Super fun for what it is though. We tend to play a series of 3 or so.
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Hedda Semmlestone - Tue, 07 Oct 2014 22:25:41 EST 5e5F9lye No.27245 Reply
Screw it, I'm going to use this thread to review a couple other 2-player games even though they're not as ideal wasted.

Khet, man, Khet. It's a shame that whoever owns the rights to this game markets it to young boys like it's beyblade or something. It's like they don't understand what they have. Even the demo pics on the box have the rules wrong.

Khet plays like chess where everything is a discovered attack. You bounce your laser across the board, and if it hits a non-mirrored surface it (with a couple exceptions) captures a piece. The end goal is to zap your opponent's pharaoh. You can use the other player's pieces to bounce your attack around, and you can capture your own pieces if you mess up. A single move can radically change the circuit, it's really surprising. There's also a beamsplitter expansion which makes the game much more complicated.

Like chess you find yourself playing at least a few moves out, where players a communicating through threats and counter-threats... "if you move this, I'll just move that and you're done." We've had so much fun with this game, definitely recommended to chess fans, it's our #2.
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Hedda Semmlestone - Tue, 07 Oct 2014 22:30:55 EST 5e5F9lye No.27246 Reply
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>>27245

Forgot to add the pic, because I kept getting frogblasted.
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Hedda Semmlestone - Tue, 07 Oct 2014 22:53:26 EST 5e5F9lye No.27247 Reply
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Terrace is the game they used to play on Star Trek, they'll remind you. It's actually pretty fun.

The goal is that you're trying to move your tiny piece in the lowest corner clear across the board to where the other guy's tiny corner piece started... or to try to capture your opponent's as they're trying to do the same. But, the capture rules are strict, you have to attack down one "terrace" and with a piece that's at least as big as the one you're capturing. That rule means that each time you take a piece you'll also lose position... often times you'll pass on the capture to retain your high ground.

The movement and capture rules are pretty restricted, so it ends up being a defensive game about controlling area. We've played it several times and each time it seems a little better. Maybe the worst bit is that a diagonal line tends to form between the high corners, before it finally breaks from the pressure. But forcing a vulnerability to slip through is a lot of the fun, and end-game tends to be really exciting.

If you can find an original version (8x8 in B&W) it's a really classy looking game too. It also scales to 4 player, though I haven't played it yet. Has anyone else played this?
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Nigel Chacklehall - Tue, 23 Dec 2014 05:08:20 EST tkIbQF8b No.27335 Reply
scrabble
playing if you can pronounce the word and explain what it means then it is a word can make for interesting play while paraletic
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Fanny Drollywell - Tue, 23 Dec 2014 21:36:38 EST sVwm6ioy No.27337 Reply
I remember years ago on Neopets they had this card game called Cheat, and it's pretty fun to play. All you need is 4-5 people and a deck of playing cards. Shuffle the deck and divide the cards amongst the players. The goal is to be the first person to get rid of their hand entirely. The first person starts by throwing up to 4 cards of the same number face down and stating what they threw down. Of course, they don't have to tell the truth about what they played. The other players can accuse that person of cheating. If the accusations are correct, the player must add the discard pile to their hand. If the accuser is wrong, they add the discard pile to their hand. If cards are thrown out, the next player may only discard cards of the same value, one more, or one less. Ex:

Player 1: I'm throwing out 3 Jacks.
Player 2: (can only play 10s, Jacks, or Queens) I'm throwing out 3 Queens.
Player 2 is accused of cheating. Looking back at his cards in the discard pile, he threw out 2 Queens and a 7. CHEATER! He then gets the discard pile added to his hand.
Player 3 starts the discard pile over again.
Player 3: I'm throwing out two 7's.
Player 4: I'm throwing out four 8's.
Player 4 is accused of cheating. Looking at the discard pile, player 4 did play four 8's. The accuser then gets the discard pile added to his hand.
etc.etc.etc.
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Eliza Collerladge - Thu, 08 Jan 2015 05:28:27 EST kps/glTl No.27363 Reply
>>27337
>Two player games
>All you need is 4-5 people
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Volcanic Beach - Sat, 14 May 2016 01:43:41 EST OpTadZ0A No.28104 Reply
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Chess
Reversi
I prefer the classics...
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4Drumpf - Thu, 06 Apr 2017 19:05:42 EST Wrhs/fPa No.28480 Reply
Also, any trading card game
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Augustus Fuckinghall - Tue, 02 Apr 2019 14:04:04 EST hgiHKHl3 No.28977 Reply
The only two player card game I've really been successful with when drunk is gin rummy. Of course there's also stuff like War, which is really good for being utterly shitfaced since it has like two rules, but rummy actually has a modicum of depth to it that I like.
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Frederick Nackleham - Wed, 03 Apr 2019 20:55:22 EST g6II+HCc No.28981 Reply
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Netrunner roolz. KeyForge. Star Realms.
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Hamilton Chorryfoot - Fri, 19 Apr 2019 04:25:26 EST opN9l2ds No.29016 Reply
Scarlet Heroes is an OSR system, a variation of the Basic and Expert set of D&D, designed primarily to be played with a single GM and player. It's rather light weight mechanically.
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Lillian Blullerdedge - Sat, 07 Sep 2019 13:28:54 EST ziARgTvb No.29296 Reply
>>27162
>waited to 30 years old to try weed
Bullshiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit
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Lillian Gucklepedge - Sun, 08 Sep 2019 02:47:18 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29302 Reply
>>27245
>>27246
This looks pretty cool, imagine if someone made a millionaire version of it with rare metals & gems.
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Eugene Seblingdutch - Tue, 10 Sep 2019 22:10:05 EST T9Wqp8s+ No.29305 Reply
>>27245
broooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo I been getting down on khet since I gradiated highschool back in oh eight
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Jenny Nozzlepidge - Sat, 09 Nov 2019 22:20:31 EST gfSPW9Wa No.29388 Reply
Play Pavlov's House
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Albert Blengerville - Sun, 10 Nov 2019 15:25:00 EST VV8h1Y8v No.29389 Reply
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Try Abalone! The rules are dead simple, but the strategy is chess meets sumo wrestling. Basically your goal is to push the other player's pieces off of the board, but you can only move them by pushing a longer chain than they are defending with.

For a non-strategy game, Suspend is an amazing balancing game for when you are burnt out on Jenga, and is pretty much just better in every way. You can play conservatively to get rid of your own pieces, or dangerously to try to force your opponent to make an error and knock down the stack
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Ernest Dartbury - Mon, 11 Nov 2019 15:44:08 EST kHFm3y/Z No.29390 Reply
>>29389
Oh man, I remember Abalone. Fucking sucked at it as a kid. At least those marbles are heavy enough to throw at people you hate.

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