Episode 389 – Top 10 Worst Rulebooks

This week, we’re looking at the worst of the worst in rulebooks for board games that were made worse (or at least harder to read) because of their poor instructions.
First up is our question of the week: Alright, folks. Enough of the terrible rulebooks (episode pending, I promise!); what are the very BEST rulebooks you’ve ever encountered. Rodney Smith videos don’t count.
  • Acquisition Disorders: Crossing Oceans, Rivet Wars: Reloaded
  • At the Table Reviews: Founders of Teotihuacan, Messina 1347
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NOTE: Founders of Teotihuacan was provided as a review copy by Board and Dice

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  • Anthony lives and plays games in Philadelphia, PA. A lover of complex strategy, two-player war games, and area control, Anthony is always eager to try a new game, even if he's on rule-reading duty.

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