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Hey Rod,

Wow, quite a list you've got going there. And I admit I went a little overboard with 7 Wonders, Puerto Rico and Sushi Go when I got started on BGA. But I've gotten saner as of late.

I'm actually really liking the deeper, more complex games in this asynchronous format. My current favorites are Through the Ages (which I have in real life but finally learned thanks to BGA), City of Big Shoulders, Carnegie (which I just backed on Kickstarter), Teotihuacan, and Stone Age. I'd love to give Clans of Caldonia a try as well...and I'm always up for trying something new.

I've also started playing El Grande, Grand Austria Hotel, and Castles of Burgundy on I wish they'd come to BGA as I think BGA is more visually appealing.

I'll look you up over at BGA sometime!

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