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I have played A LOT of boardgames so far (I play about two new ones each week) and there actually are families of boardgames, the fun enters when the great elements of different games get mixed, well balanced offcourse!

I am designing a game myself, and it borrows elements from six other games, while adding 1 new concept. And I thinks it

Anonymous
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Damn, pressed new instead of reply

But I actually think this is a rather interesting topic, would it feel right to try to fit into a games family? I dunno, I think games must be sufficiently different to be appealing to the public.

A great setting for the game is also an excellent discussion point (I actually work at a game distribution company )

When looking at two very good games that don

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First, welcome Miscellaneous!

A good way to fit your game into a family is asking testers what kind of game they think it is. Also, which element is the most highlighted during play and most fun.

I

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Fantasy, Historical and futuristic (space) are the three main selling categories, beyond the shadow of a doubt...

The Chemistry / Physic / Science has a bit of an audience, but is strongly dependant on which kind of science

Settings are extremely important! A very popular setting that you didn

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Mixin

Thank you for your very helpful response.

What if I say it

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