Weekend Gaming: Framed!

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Louis, Kevin and Ryan joined Gina and I on Friday night for a few board games.  First up was Shogun.  It was my wife’s first time playing, and only my second time.  I ended up with a good hold in the center of the board with a couple provinces on the left.  Gina was spread out a bit, but with the largest presence in the middle-left.  Louis and Kevin controlled the right side, while Ryan had the bottom-left.  The game was pretty close up until the end.  I hadn’t made any major mistakes, but I had left myself a little weak in the center and on the last round everyone decided to take a piece of me.  Louis had the upper right well fortified, so I was the easiest target in a lot of cases.  That cost me quite a few points, and Louis ended up winning easily as he had little to no competition in his region.  Ryan pulled into second, followed by myself, Kevin and Gina.

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After that, we opted for a short game of Carcassonne: Hunters and Gatherers.  It was another close game, but Kevin managed to jump into a big lead when Gina handed him a bunch of points for a difficult to finish forest in return for a special tile.  Kevin never looked back, and while we were able to close the gap a little, it wasn’t enough.

Saturday we celebrated a friend’s birthday by going bowling.  It was a great time, and my son’s first time bowling.  He had a blast, and even managed to beat me one round (with some help from his mom and the bumpers).  I can definitely say that being good at Wii Bowling does nothing for your score in the real thing 😀

Overall it was a wonderful weekend, and a great end to a relaxing week of vacation.  Speaking of the week, I did get to play two games of Warhammer 40k against Nick on Thursday, and I will have a report of those game up later this week.

Happy Gaming!

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