What was the first worker placement board game?
Keydom, which was published in 1998, is widely recognized as the first of the worker placement genre of games. Other early design experiments with the mechanism include Bus (1999) and Way Out West (2000). Well known examples of worker placement include Agricola (2007), Caylus (2005) and Stone Age (2008).
What is the best office board game?
- Wits & Wagers.
- Reverse Charades.
- Cranium. Cranium is one of the board games for office game nights.
- Jenga. You can play Jenga solo or with a team.
Is everdell worker placement?
Everdell applies the cute animal aesthetic of Root to a worker-placement game instead of an asymmetrical battle for domination. Players construct a city by picking up cards representing various buildings and critters, each of which has their own special ability that can gain you resources and points.