Corsari does rely too much on luck at times, but the game has some truly interesting ideas which really make it stand out.
While it shows its age in some areas, I was genuinely surprised how well Samarkand has held up as it is still enjoyable 40 years after it was first released.
King’s Breakfast might not quite live up to some of Alan Moon’s other games, but it is a fun little card game that the whole family can enjoy.
Lost Cities does have an issue with its reliance on luck, but it is a simple game that anyone can enjoy that has more strategy than you would initially expect.
Evergreen is a solid game with an interesting theme and some unique mechanics, but it doesn’t live up to its pedigree as it feels like something is missing from the game.
Frank’s Zoo is an accessible take on the trick taking genre which is better than most trick taking games but still falls victim to most of the same issues.
Medici vs Strozzi has some fun interesting mechanics but can become a little mechanical and dull at times.
While not quite as good as Ticket to Ride, Airlines Europe is another fantastic game made by Alan Moon that shows that a game doesn’t have to be complex to be satisfying.
Knights is a decent dice game that fails to really do anything highly original.
While it never reaches the level of Ticket to Ride, Elfenland has some good ideas for a light to moderate strategy game.