◾It's demanding enough to be pleasantly tiring.
◾An interesting mix of different mechanics.
I finally managed to play Great Western Trail: Argentina. I'm a fan of the first part of #GWT, so I sat down at the table with great peace of mind. Breaking down the patterns from the first part was a really pleasant tingling experience in the brain. Pure fun. I can't say which one is better. I will soon add the last part of the trilogy to my shelf.
Lost Ruin of Arnak... my tailor-made suit 💗. The perfect time to play, it allows you to move your brain (but without exaggeration), I want to come back to it (I bought the expansion of course), and it also looks beautiful. I will also add the figurines of explorers.
I'm a rather bad player, I don't calculate, I don't recalculate - I play intuitively. I usually finish in the second half of the race. Vital Lacerda's games are the exception :D. I don't remember my nebulous tactics ever failing me. Forgive the boasting.
Last week I made figures for Weather Machine (I hope that was obvious to you). Four scientists and Professor Lativ. I am very pleased with the racks in the shape of gears.