Games that are not intended for 2 players but added variants allow for it
- Scott NelsonUnited States
These are games that because of an (un)official variant can now be played by 2 players, but the box clearly says 3 or more. And please no additions of playing 2 colored pieces to make it seem like 4 players are playing i.e. no two-handed playing, like Bridges of Shangri-la where you play as if 4 were playing but only 2 players exist. We'll put that on another list. But okay, if you feel that it is a valid way to play a two-handed way, and that it isn't taking the bottom of the two scores, I'll say it belongs in the list. So I guess Bridges is allowed, since it doesn't take the bottom score of 2.Recommend
Second, no running a dummy player with random actions to make a viable 3rd player.
- [+] Dice rolls