Strategy Board Games
Many board games can be attributed to the genre of strategy games, since they all provide that players plan their actions and build a certain order of actions and moves that will allow them to gain a gaming advantage. So this sequence of actions in the game is called tactics and strategy. And if the ideas in the game concern the next 2-3 moves, then this is a tactical planning horizon, and if the player's actions are determined 5-10 moves ahead and are focused on obtaining benefits in the future, then this is already a game strategy. Therefore, the main difference between strategy games is a long game time, which allows players to realize their plans.
What strategy games should you buy to get into the game?
The most strategic board game in our lineup is undoubtedly the Admiral: 24 ships, a huge playing field, islands, forts, reefs and mines. If 2 worthy opponents want to face off in this game, then there will be a place for implementing strategic plans.
Another interesting fantasy strategy game is Forest: The Legend of the Manticore, where players explore a mysterious forest in search of artifacts and upgrade their skills to defeat monsters.
And one more strategic game for those who like to think - "Cossack campaign". The mixture of reckless Cossack prowess and fun with politics and martial arts will also make players think and show strategic talents.