Nadine 109, Jon 89, Aaron 21
We played 2 rounds, first play for Aaron, though none of us have played much. Jon won the first round by about 30 points, I did well on the second round. Aaron called a Little Bet, when he went out last both Jon and I got 15 points from that. I had thought of betting but didn’t. I had a small bomb and went out first. Both of them bombed my plays, so I got a lot of card points from that.
Quacks of Quedlinburg
Aaron 66, Jon 51, Gili 50, Nadine 42
First play for all except Gili. It’s good for a light game. There is a lot of luck which multiplies, Aaron had good early moves, which let him get good chips which helped him in future moves. I had a good first move, but a terrible second one, I had all white chips and went over. We went over often, Aaron only did once the whole game, partly because of his good chips.
Jon 55, Gili 42, Nadine 39, Aaron 37
First play for Gili, first time the rest of us played correctly. At the end of the game Tipis score 12 / 6 / 4 / 0, Gili had one Tipi more than I did so she got the 4, Jon had the most. If I had noticed that the card pile was low, I would have switched my dice to Indians to take another card with one or two Tipis, though if I only got one, we would have tied and Gili would still have won. Jon got a good card early, buy all Indian cards for one Indian, I probably should have taken it. Aaron seemed to be doing well, but Jon beat him at his strategy of fulfilling two cards frequently, and Jon bought lots of Indian cards which also gave him Tipis and more gray dice. Gili did well once she caught on, she said the game felt slow. It would be easier if you could take multiple actions on your own board, and stop if you fulfill a card, take back dice, or place dice on the main board.