It was a busy first half of the week with some boardgaming and some AD&D (posting on the latter soon). It's been a while since I played Kingsburg so I got it down off the demo shelf to show it to Jesse when we had a little time on Monday evening to check it out. It was the base game and very close at the end, just a few points between us.
Tuesday saw some visiting gamers in town with Dave Conant and Jim Ward joining Tom and Ernie, as well as Brad and myself, for a few afternoon games including San Juan (using two copies of the game to increase the player count).
We also played a Tom Wham classic, made manifest through the Game Crafters as guided by Dave, called Felithian Finance, a Sci-Fi stock market game.
And we finished up with Architects of the West Kingdom, a worker placement game I've mentioned on this blog not long ago.
A good week for gaming, indeed.