Gloomhaven – our usual game. Went ok, but I don’t think I’m playing my character optimally, running out of cards a bit
The Margaret & David At The Movies Boardgame, not sure where my mate found this, somewhere hidden in the back. I have fond memories of Margaret and Davids movie show. And it was fairly entertaining, a few older movie questions thrown in with more recent (the game came out in 2005, so recent is a relative term). Its a trivial pursuit type game, you move around trying to get your colour in stars, and of course answering questions as you go.
Isle of Skye: From Chieftain to King, hadnt played this for ages. It’s still a great game, Pfisters best (imo)
Lancaster, another lesser known worker placement game, but you get to fight the French. Good game, that doesn’t wear out its welcome.
Biblios, a great filler/light game. With 3p, you draw cards and decide where to put them. You get a card, one is put onto the auction deck, and the last 2 go on the table for the other players. Then, when you’ve gone thru all the cards, you run thru the auction deck and bid for cards. The object is to have the most in points of each colour. But the value for a colour is given by a dice that starts at 3 and can be increased or decreased. The auctioning is always fun. Really, REALLY good game (for its type). My Biblios box is falling apart, not just from use, but because I often take it along to gaming.