Fog of Love Board Game

Fog of Love Board Game
Walmart.com
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Fog of Love Board Game
(various cover designs) on sale for
$ 24.97
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shipping is free
on orders $ 35 or more. Thanks BigMcLargehuge

 

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Fog of Love Board Game
(various cover designs) on sale for
$ 24.97
. Select free in-store pickup to save on shipping, otherwise
shipping is free
on orders $ 35 or more.

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Jet.com has Fog of Love Board Game on sale for $ 24.97. Shipping is free on orders $ 35 or more.
  • Fog of Love is a game for two players
  • Create and play two vivid characters who meet, fall in love and face the challenge of making an unusual relationship work
  • Age Group Adult, Teen
  • You can try to change, keep being relentless or even secretly decide to be a Heartbreaker – Its your choice.
  • Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H) 3.25 x 12.00 x 12.00 Inches

Great game with beautiful pieces, got this as Christmas present for a couple of friends and they love it. Game came in adequate packaging.

[Deal Review]:

Thanks OP! Heard great things about this, also it’s cool they have all the cover art options on sale!

 

 

From researching it doesn’t seem like there is a difference in the actual product for those curious on if cover art matters it’s just whichever you’d prefer for your collection.

 

This also does NOT include the stretch goals from the Kickstarter edition if anyone was thinking it did- with exception of the larger box to aid in future expansions fitting.

This is a cool game. Playtested it at PAX Unplugged last year and again this year. Was holding out for a sale. Thx OP.

Doesn’t seem to have a good rating at BGG.

It’s ranked 758? That’s pretty good.

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7.4 is pretty good. Rank is weighted with more reviews. It’s fairly low because it doesn’t have as many reviews as say Power Grid which is game that’s been around forever.

Lol
Ermm

I find BGG rating tends to favor games that are heavier, slighted more sophisticated/complicated, or engine building games. Party games or lighter games don’t get as favorable ratings. This is not saying BGG community doesn’t rate the games fairly. It’s just a trend that I’m seeing.
This seems to ring true to me as well. Ultimately the hobby gets filled with elitists and family style games don’t hold their interests and the ratings are lower as a result.
In that case you should rate your favorite games there as well. I don’t really care about their geek rating, but the user rating tends to be pretty good from my perspective.
Codenames has a relatively high rating despite being a family/party game. Are you referring to Cards Against Humanity or some other game?
There are definitely examples, like Codenames, that will stand out and they deserve their high ratings.

 

That said, I find games like King of Tokyo or Smash Up to be great family games with beautiful art and great replay-ability and yet they’re ratings are weak (6.8 – 7.2) which I can only chalk up to them being dismissed for their simplicity. I totally get that you’re not breaking these out for your board game night with friends who want to get SCYTHE or Gloomhaven to the table but for family and non-gamer friends these games are fantastic IMO.
It’s not elitism. People are going to rate the games they enjoy playing the most higher. I don’t think many people look down on casual gamers, it’s just casual gamers aren’t as likely to spend a lot of time on a board game website rating games. Ratings are skewed towards the taste of the community, which is perfectly OK and a natural outcome.

 

It is something to be aware of if you’re a casual gamer on the site, though. The “complexity” ratings each game has are a good tool for finding games you might be more interested in.