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If you were only going to buy Kemet OR Cyclades… which?
That is a tough one. They’re both quite different ‘dudes on a map’ games, but I often think of them as similar in terms of enjoyment. Cyclades is better with more players as it has drafting of the God powers. Kemet rewards agressive play, but is a bit more fiddly as you are often examining and weighing up the options of all the different power tiles. They’re both excellent. I’ll just call it and say Kemet because – ancient Egypt.