Top 100 games on BoardGameGeek. Every gamer knows that those games are the cream of the crop, the best of the best board games out there. They are paraised by players and critics alike, they are awarded prestigious prizes.

Let’s take a look on some of those eminent games that you can play on Tabletopia now, with anyone!

8. Lewis & Clark  (91)

1–5 Players; 120 Min;  2013

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Lewis & Clark is a board game in which the players manage an expedition intended to cross the North American continent. Their goal is to be the first to reach the Pacific and discover the rich terra incognita.

7. Village (88)

2–4 Players; 60–90 Min; 2011

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In Village, you will take the reins of a family and have them find fame and glory in many different ways. There is one thing you must not forget, however: Time will not stop for anyone and with time people will vanish.

 

6. Imperial Settlers (87)

1–4 Players; 45–90 Min; 2014  

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Imperial Settlers is a card game that lets players lead one of the four factions and build empires by placing buildings, then sending workers to those buildings to acquire new resources and abilities.

On Tabletopia, you can also play the two available expansions: Why Can’t We Be Friends or Atlanteans.

5. Hansa Teutonica (86)

2–5 Players; 45–90 Min; 2009

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Hansa Teutonica is a strategic game about merchant families in the Hanseatic League competing against each other to grow their wealth, expand spheres of influence, and gain prestige. 

 

4. Viticulture (76)

2–6 Players; 90 Min; 2013

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Viticulture is a worker placement game about winemaking in rural Italy. Through a series of seasons and years you will be allocating workers to expand your vineyard, build structures, plant vines, make wines, and fulfil orders.

You can also check out Viticulture Essential Edition offering some gameplay and rule changes.

 

3. Tigris & Euphrates (45)

2–4 Players; 90 Min; 1997  

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Tigris & Euphrates is set in the ancient fertile crescent with players building civilizations through tile placement. Players are given four different leaders: farming, trading, religion, and government. The leaders are used to collect victory points in these same categories.

 

2. Keyflower (25)

2–6 Players; 90–120 Min; 2012

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Keyflower is a game of city building with a modular board. Over four rounds representing the four seasons, players utilize their home tile and workers to generate resources, learn skills, obtain additional workers from their own tiles, the other players’ tiles, and the new tiles that are auctioned off.

Throw in two available expansions for the complete Keysperience: The Farmers and The Merchants.

 

1. Terra Mystica (4)

2–5 Players; 60–150 Min;  2012

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In Terra Mystica each player governs one of the 14 different peoples, each with its own special power and bound to a specific home environment. With subtlety and craft, you must attempt to rule as great an area as possible and to develop that group’s skills in competition with the other groups.

Add the expansion Terra Mystica: Fire & Ice for a more epic experience!

 

These were the games from Top 100 on BGG available now on Tabletopia for play with anyone, anytime. More good games to come soon, stay tuned.

 

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