The coolest part is how the different building work off of each other. Commercial buildings, for example, will grow in size automatically when multiple residential building are in its proximity. Very much like the computer game.
I've only played Suburbia in app form and it's OK, but I enjoy this a lot more. It is more challenging, but there is a lot more freedom. Highly recommended if it looks interesting.
No, I haven't but I'm really interested in Town Center. I'm also excited hearing about some of the ideas Alban has to expand on Small City.
1. It is not a civilization building game.
2. In the video, you are clearly using an expansion in your setup, but you make no mention of this in the video or comments. I don't know that it's necessarily misleading but it doesn't paint a 100% accurate picture.
Still, I enjoyed the video and would definitely watch more from you.
That's still a lot for a board game, but it's a good deal for Caverna. It's a fantastic game and one you should definitely consider.
So if the idea of running your own food chain business interests you, check it out.
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