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I saw a geeklist (http://www.boardgamegeek.com/geeklist/28017) showcasing rare games, games that were owned by fewer than 750 other people. I thought to myself, "Those aren't rare; they're positively mainstream." So I checked. I have 792 games which are owned by fewer than 750 BGGers. So I began to tinker with the lists to find out which games I own and have rated at least 6.5 or better were owned by fewer than 100 BGGers.

That list was interesting. However, as one might expect, most of the entries were not "gamers" games. They were party or trivia or kid games. So I raised the threshhold just a bit (to 200) and that produced a list of 105 games that I have played and rated (at least 6.5) but are not owned by very many BGGers. The unheralded good games on BGG (in my opinion, of course).

Here is my list, segregated by type of game, so that others can race out and purchase these jewels that just don't get a lot of face time on BGG.

Don't fret. After the initial list of Randy-style games, I'll get to the good stuff.
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1. Board Game: The Charade Game [Average Rating:5.23 Overall Rank:9160]
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Before I get to the stuff people want to see, I'll run through the groups of games that are poorly supported on BGG. In this case, Party games. I separate party games (where the effort is about action or personalities) from trivia games (where the effort is about pulling info out of your brain).

I own 13 Party games that are owned by less than 200 BGGers. Collectively, I give these games an 8.1 rating, while the populace at large rates them 6.45. But if others were to try these games, I'm sure the ratings would go up. Look into this list why don't you?

Listed from "rarest" to more mainstream, the really good Party games out there are:

Inspiration (9)
Liebrary (20)
Celebrities (20)
Take Your Pick (24)
Ex Libris (27)
Telepaths (32)
Who? What? Where? (37)
Charades (45)
Eye To Eye (59)
Personal Preference (75)
Doolittle & Waite (75)
What Were You Thinking? (87)
True Colors (185)

Now, Ex Libris and Liebrary are the same game, as are What Were You Thinking and Eye to Eye. The rest are in some ways unique and some of them (Personal Preferences, True Colors) allow you to learn quite a bit about your fellow players. Only one of these games could be considered a "gamey" game, in that it involves money and negotiation--Doolittle & Waite.
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2. Board Game: Sports Illustrated Baseball [Average Rating:7.06 Overall Rank:3228]
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The next category of under-owned games is Sports games. These games at least in some fashion have a (tenuous) tie to a sporting event. Five of my higher-rated games fall into this category, compiling an average of 7.96 (BGG average: 7.17).

Listed from "rarest" to more mainstream, the really good Sports games out there are:

Finger Ball (16)
Sher-co Baseball (20)
Box of Golf: A Classic Golf Board Game (63)
Sports Illustrated Baseball (95)
World Cup Tournament Football (100)

Interestingly, Sher-co Baseball's designer has re-emerged after over 30 years and has a new title out (something about space exploration, Carcassonnelike). Box of Golf is mighty purdy, but the weak link on this list.
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3. Board Game: How to Host a Murder: The Watersdown Affair [Average Rating:6.37 Overall Rank:5968]
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What would a list of underappreciated games be without murder/mystery parties. These eleven games that I have rated 6.5 of better (average: 7.92, BGG: 6.28) are owned by, well, not many people.

Listed from "rarest" to more mainstream, the really good Murder/Mystery Party games out there are:

Mysteries by Vincent: Case of the Wirst Case Scenario (1)
An Evening of Murder: Winner Take All (2)
An Evening of Murder: Love & Marriage (3)
Murder à la carte: A First Class Murder (4)
An Evening of Murder: Last Kiss (5)
Murder à la carte: Pasta, Passion & Pistols (12)
How to Host a Murder: The Tragical Mystery Tour (14)
How to Host a Murder: A Matter of Faxe (27)
How to Host a Murder: The Chicago Caper (44)
How to Host a Murder: The Last Train from Paris (53)
How to Host a Murder: The Watersdown Affair (59)

The worst one of this list is the rarest (MbV). It dragged on a bit too long and was downright silly. The best ones are, as one might expect, the least "rare"--the How to Host a Murder line. But for those who haven't tried them, the Evening of Murder line isn't bad and is written very much in the style of HtHaM.
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4. Board Game: Ultimate Outburst [Average Rating:6.27 Overall Rank:3914]
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Some people think of these games as "party" games, but they're not. They're Trivia games, because it's all about what you know. I own and like 20 of these games, half of which are owned by fewer than 100 BGGers. The most mainstream one is only owned by 188 people.

Listed from "rarest" to more mainstream, the really good Trivia games out there are:

Play it Again Juke Box (2)
Quick Wit (10)
It Takes Two (17)
Mad Dash! (21)
Frazzle (22)
In10sity (27)
Linkity (36)
A to Z (69)
Out of Context (70)
Stage II (91)
Inklings (117)
Ultimate Outburst (129)
Family Feud (129)
Times to Remember (131)
Clever Endeavor (134)
The Quest of the Philosopher's Stone (139)
Jeopardy! (147)
Scrutineyes (151)
Oodles (175)
Chronology (188)

Quick Wit is an ancient game that shares a lot in common with Frazzle, A to Z, and Linkity. Many of these are also team games, which is a good thing when trivia is involved. For those, look to It Takes Two (excellent 3M/Hasbro game that reminds me a bit of Wits & Wagers), Inklings, Family Feud, Times to Remember, Ultimate Outburst, and even Scrutineyes. Mad Dash is interesting if you know your US geography (and even if you don't, since you get a map). Sadly, many of these games are pretty old and, therefore, have dated questions (Play it again Jukebox has music lyrics, but only up until before many BGGers were born, Out of Context has quotes--from Nixon, Times to Remember ends at 1990, and Stage II really is for fogies). I don'[t know that the SAT-style questions from Quest for the Philosophier's Stone ever get out of date, though.
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5. Board Game: Scrabble Scoring Anagrams [Average Rating:6.75 Unranked]
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The next group of games (Word games) gets a good bit of love from BGG. While I rate these 10 "rare" word games a collective 7.76, BGG rates them 6.52. That sounds bad, but BGG raters are notoriously sourpusses for my kind of games. That 6.52 is second only to sports games for this list (until we get to the "real" games section).

Listed from "rarest" to more mainstream, the really good Word games out there are:

Nerdy Wordy Crossword Game (6)
Scrabble Scoring Anagrams (23)
Plext (33)
Tuf-abet (37)
Double Quick (41)
Alpha Playing Cards (46)
Pick Two! (60)
Letter Head (89)
Perquackey (140)
Bali This game showed up with fewer than 200 due to the bad card game of a few years back. Our list is down to 104. Sorry. This is still a great game, though.

None of these games got a rating below 7 by me. I guess I like lesser-known word games. Then again, I like Scrabble, too and it's pretty mainstream. My latest dance partners from this list are Bali and Nerdy Wordy, both ecellent games. Double Quick and Pick Two are just about the same game. Most of the others are just some sort of mix-up-letters-and-build-words games. The best of the lot, but one that takes awhile and is good for only one playing per year is Scrabble Scoring Anagrams, played in partnerships with about 8 or so players.
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6. Board Game: Bingo [Average Rating:2.62 Overall Rank:10975]
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Before we get to what y'all want to see, we have one more fringe category of underappreciated games -- Kids games. Twelve of the sixteen games on this list are owned by less than 100 BGGers, but they're all good. The best of the lot is listed as "Bingo," but the version I play is actually "Thomas the Tank Engine Bingo" which a lady in Utah makes and sells on eBay. It requires no reading and everyone wins if you play through the draw deck, which is the way to do it.

Listed from "rarest" to more mainstream, the really good Kid games out there are:

Corduroy's Birthday Games (3)
Thomas and Friends Card Game: Station Celebration! (7)
Crazy Mixed Up Zoo (9)
Kids On Stage (9)
Aargh! (21)
Claymania (27)
Madeline (38)
Ooga! (42)
Monkey Madness (59)
The Secret Door (70)
Somethin' Fishy (74)
Orchard (95)
Go Fish (164)
Snail's Pace Race (168)
Walk the Dogs (169)
Bingo (171)

If you have a birthday party for the younger set (4 and under), get (or make) the Corduroy game. Kids on Stage lets kids learn charades without reading. Though Snail's Pace Race is good, it's nowhere near as good as a lot of others on this list.
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7. Board Game: Black Vienna [Average Rating:7.04 Overall Rank:1591]
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Now that we've covered 75 games most of you don't care about, what about the more "BGGish" games that I like but few seem to own? Well, I've broken them down into categories and first up comes the Deduction game category. Two games that I really enjoy are owned by only a few BGGers, and they're both great, though one is much greater.

Black Vienna (157)
221B Baker St.: Sherlock Holmes & the Time Machine (179)

Black Vienna is well-renowned and I'm one of the few who doesn't mind playing it with five players (so what if one person gets a tiny bit less knowledge?). The other game on this list isn't so well-loved, but that's because people probably play by the rules and take it too seriously. Just get rid of the die (you always roll a six) and play the game. You'll like it.
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8. Board Game: Mythology [Average Rating:6.45 Overall Rank:4576]
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I have only one conflict simulation game on my list of unheralded great games--Mythology. I really can't imagine playing it nowadays, but in its day, it was excellent.

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9. Board Game: Favoriten [Average Rating:6.37 Overall Rank:4041]
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The next group of games are four Race games I find enjoyable that I think others would like. Favoriten and Jockey are both solid 8s in my book. Why don't more own these great games?

Favoriten (112)
Dice Run (143)
Ausgebremst (156)
Jockey (161)
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10. Board Game: Santa Fe [Average Rating:6.96 Overall Rank:2510]
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This next group is really a hodge podge of gaming styles, but I put them all in a group defined by Stephen Glenn as Victory Point Delivery Devices. They have different mechanisms (auction, economic, set collecting, whatever), but their main goal is to generate victory points to win the game. There are 11 games in this group and five of them are hardly owned by anyone. Folks, look into these. They're great games.

Holiday! (13)
Mona Lisa Mysteries (21)
Jetsetters (33)
Speculation (49)
Automania: The Game of the Motor Giants (69)
Showbiz (109)
Falsche FuFFziger (133)
Santa Fe (144)
Shakespeare: The Bard Game (164)
Extrablatt (168)
Crude: The Oil Game (192)

Don't snicker at that Mona Lisa Mysteries until you try it, particularly as a "gateway" game. And if you like layered gaming, look into Falsche Fuffziger. And even if you are an English major who took his required Shakespeare but hardly ever reads and knows pitifully little about the subject, The Bard Game is recommended. If you can find them, Spekulation and Automania are quite worthwhile. Actually, they all are.
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11. Board Game: Kunst Stücke [Average Rating:6.55 Overall Rank:3623]
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The next best group of unknown games are Abstracts. I usually would rather sleep than play an abstract, but these are really pretty good. If you haven't played Kunst Stucke, do so. Now.

Tendix (22)
Peg Poker (28)
24/7: The Game (90)
Kunst Stücke (96)
Blockers! (99)
5ive Straight (125)

I'll admit that most people won't like 5ive Straight as much as I did.
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12. Board Game: Campaign Trail [Average Rating:6.53 Overall Rank:4584]
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Tis the season in the US. I once tried to collect just about all the Election games. Many of them have long passed the threshhold of 200 BGG owners, so they're not on this list. But these three games are worthwhile.

Free Choice (5)
Campaign Trail (66)
Koalition (173)

Campaign Trail is the best of the lot, but Free Choice is an interesting roll-and-move-and-collect-states design from, of all places, Canada. Koalition is barely on the list (6.5 rating) as it does drag and falls prey to the "who can talk loudest" syndrome of many "negotiation" games.
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13. Board Game: Bakschisch [Average Rating:5.65 Overall Rank:8021]
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I have only one game in the Bluff category. Some would argue that Finger Ball (see sports above) is also a Scissors/Paper/Stone game, but it has all that theme, you know. This is a fine game that seems to have slipped under the RADAR for whatever reason.

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14. Board Game: Monad [Average Rating:6.39 Overall Rank:2773]
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I'm not usually much of a Card game fan, but two do strike my fancy that are not so well-known out there.

Monad (128)
Coup d'etat (160)

Both of these are old and both are good (for card games). Splurge on eBay and pick them up if you can.
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15. Board Game: Summa Summarum! [Average Rating:6.33 Unranked]
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And there you have it. 105 games you ought to look into. For those who really don't care about all the good stuff (party, trivia, sports, kids, word) and just want to see the "gamish" games, here they are one more time, in order of how much I like them.

9.50 Black Vienna (157)
9.25 Kunst Stücke (96)
9.25 Santa Fe (144)
8.00 Holiday (13)
8.00 Favoriten (112)
8.00 Mythology (130)
8.00 Jockey (161)
7.50 Campaign Trail (66)
7.50 Ausgebremst (156)
7.50 Extrablatt (168)
7.25 Uptown (99)
7.00 Free Choice (5)
7.00 Mona Lisa Mysteries (21)
7.00 Tendix (22)
7.00 Peg Poker (28)
7.00 Jetsetters (33)
7.00 Spekulation (49)
7.00 Automania (69)
7.00 Bakschisch (89)
7.00 Showbiz (109)
7.00 Falsche Fuffziger (133)
7.00 McMulti (192)
6.95 Shakespeare: The Bard Game (164)
6.75 24/7 The Game (90)
6.75 221B Baker St. Sherlock Holmes and the Time Machine (179)
6.60 Monad (128)
6.50 5ive Straight (125)
6.50 Dice Run (143)
6.50 Coup d'etat (160)
6.50 Koalition (173)
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