GeekNights Tuesday - Luna (2010)

Tonight on GeekNights, we have another ReviewCon tabletop review with Luna: In the Domain of the Moon Priestess. It's new to us, and it's not bad. If you see it in a convention tabletop library it's definitely worth a play or three.

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Luna is very abstract, but it is among the (relatively) short list of Feld games I enjoy. Notre Dame, Bora Bora, and The Castles of Burgundy are forgettable. Roma, Builders Duel, Bruges, and AquaSphere are kind of annoying.

In the Year of the Dragon, Trajan, and Luna are all unique and difficult in a way I enjoy.

Just the review: