Ora et Labora
At what point does “This incrementally improves the author’s previous system” become a damning indictment? I want to edge close to that line, but not cross it.
On first glance, better than Le Havre (which I owned and sold because I feel there’s only one way to win).
But there’s really not much to say. So rather than drag this out:
- Clever resource growth (“The wheel”)
- Nice spatial element
- Lots of ways to get points
- Feels like Le Havre with a zillionty resources to manage
- Non-obvious decisions abound
Rating — Indifferent-Suggest borderline (because of novelty. We’ll see).