I missed getting pictures of King of Tokyo (with no expansions *yawn*) and Shadowrun: Crossfire which is just a brutal game, that I think I have some things dialed in on but will take any helpful hints. As a replacement, I offer Atlas wanting to join game day. #cat#kingoftokyo#shadowruncrossfire
Dragonfire! Jogo do universo D&D, mas que lembra bastante o Shadowrun Crossfire na forma de se jogar. Fizemos apenas a missão introdutória, basicamente um tutorial apenas. Quero jogar a campanha para ver como o jogo se sai!
Pensa num jogo difícil, é esse Shadownrun Crossfire. Estilo #Pandemic , o tabuleiro só quer te Fu**...rs... mas adorei o jogo...hehe. E ainda curtindo na companhia de amigos, melhor ainda! #jogosdemesa#jogodetabuleiro#boardgames#shadowruncrossfire
Sigam também nossos parceiros @noset7 @epicgeekbr @megadriveanos_games @sejogabg @franzescritor
Last night we had a meeting to discuss the future of #normcon and we have some exciting news coming up, stay tuned. On another note we tried #shadowruncrossfire for the first time, man this game is determined to kill you! Anyone else tried it? #boardgames#shadowrun
Played a few games of Shadowrun: Crossfire this weekend.
Did not really like it before. Found it way to hard and was always loosing. But something clicked this time and I am really happy I gave it a second (and third) chance 😉
Hint: It's better to abort in the second scene, than to loose in the third.
Day 52: Shadowrun Crossfire. As consumers we benefit and lose out at the same time to the iterative nature of entertainment. On one hand, overhauls and improvements are welcome, especially in the Information Age where errata can be released so quickly. On another we'll often watch versions of our favorite things put aside in order to support the iteration. I definitely enjoy Shadowrun Crossfire, a co op deckbuilder from Catalyst that takes the beloved Shadowrun theme and tasks players coordinating suit based card play to complete games and gain XP, which can be accumulated and spent on stickers to progress your character. That last part was a truly novel add for a deckbuilder. It's a fun game with a lot of great opportunities to put your heads together and figure out the puzzle, and as a co op lover myself it gets my thumbs up. I did, however, always want a little more from it in terms of the theme, especially since the point was repeated plays - something that they provided with the release of Dragonfire, which is nothing but an evolution of the crossfire system that I have yet to actually play but is on my short list. #Shadowrun#shadowruncrossfire#crossfire#catalystgames#catalystgameslabs#cardgame#boardgame#boarsgameblast#scifi#coop#coopgames#fun#gamenight#runner#hacker#cyberpunk#rpg#deckbuilder#dominion#uzi#playtogethwr#bgg#nodice#collection#quest#excellent
Well...that escalated quickly. Made it into scene three before losing on my third play through tonight. Shadowrun Crossfire is brutally hard, but I was given fair warning. There is a lot going on inside this game, which is nice for a deck builder. There are a lot of small parts that move and it adds an interesting twist that you need to deal with. I'm really enjoying it and happy I stuck to my hunt for a copy of the first edition. A second printing is due out early this year! So if you find a copy online for a ridiculous amount of money, save your pennies for now. It'll be back on the shelves again soon.
When you buy a used game and the seller says Mint Condition and it actually is! Character upgrades and sheets haven't even been touched. He said he played it "maybe three times" I absolutely believe him. The whole thing came sleeved too.