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- Great for 2 players
- Fast paced game
- Strategy is more complex than the original 7 Wonders
- Military is just a token that you slide
- Price tag is high
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Has there ever been a game where after a few years of regular play, you ONLY discovered you'd missed out a rule all this time?
Tried it but no one liked it, so went back to "normal". Fortunately not years, more like months. But my wife and I playing 7 Wonders Duel, would just build 4 wonders each.
The ultimate in 2-Spouse/2-Player gaming
For the past several years, my primary gaming partner has been my wife. As you can imagine then, 2-player style games come out quite often at our house. This is the best 2-player game I have ever played, bar none. To start, know that I have never played 7 Wonders (the original game), so I can't comp...
7 Wonders Duel Game Review – Meeple Mountain
The Perfect Two-Player Game. All of this gushing is for a good reason: I truly believe all gamers should own a copy of 7 Wonders Duel, but especially those who have a dedicated gaming partner at home. It’s easy to get to the table, takes only a play or two to get comfortable with the gameplay, and it always gives me lots of interesting choices to make in a breezy 20-to-30 minute playtime
Highest rank games on BGG that you no longer play?
My Significant Opponent and I played **7 Wonders Duel** a few times. We just didn't like it as much as Regular **7 Wonders** with the two-player dummy-hand variant. We haven't played **Puerto Rico** in years because it doesn't work with two players and whenever we are playing with more people there are other games we'd like to play more… and looking back on it with a critical eye towards the theme, I'm not really comfortable pulling it out at all anymore.
7 Wonders Duel - The Malted Meeple
One of the most celebrated games in the world can now be experienced in a two-player arena. 7 Wonders Duel takes the excitement of the original and adapts the game play for one-on-one battles. Take control of your civilization and invest in science, military or prestige to conquer your opponent. Back to Game Library
10 Games That Hit Above Their Box Size (And Some Games that Don't)
Also, **7 Wonders Duel** has a lot of game for a mini box, though part of that is because it uses cards that are in my opinion, too small. I don’t own it yet - it’s at the top of my list - but the *the red cathedral** is also another small.
7 Wonders: Duel Review
Although it wasn’t a big hit with our family, we realize the enjoyment of a board game all comes down to personal taste. Although the rules are complicated, 7 Wonders: Duel is fairly easy to play once you get the hang of it—but that could take a while. Although it wasn’t a big hit with our family, we realize the enjoyment of a board game all comes down to personal taste
7 Wonders Duel - Board Game Review
Time ticks forward and society moves ahead. In 7 Wonders Duel, you get to decide HOW society moves forward. Choose to focus on science, culture, or military strength to make sure that your civilization stands the test of time. Don’t forget to build Wonders. It’s up to you! It only takes about 30 min...
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