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10 of the Best


Cut up that card and bin those chocolates: whether you’ve found your perfect partner or not, all you need this Valentine’s Day is a fantastic two-player game. Here are ten worth coupling up with

Matt Jarvis


Agricola and A Feast for Odin creator Uwe Rosenberg is the master of complex, brain-busting Euro epics, but Patchwork proves the designer also knows how to create a simple yet equally gripping game that plays in a matter of minutes. Players take it in turn to purchase patches by paying buttons, before adding them to their quilt. Each piece takes a different amount of time to stitch into the beautiful spread and must be carefully arranged to avoid leaving holes – because that makes it more of a poncho, and loses you points. It’s fast, gorgeous and easy to learn, and has quickly solidified itself as one of the most popular and celebrated twoplayer experiences on the tabletop. If you’re Rosenberg fans, the designer has also come up with brilliant two-player takes on some of his bigger classics: Caverna: Cave vs Cave and Agricola: All Creatures Big and Small.

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