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I love to see others actually using their CoCo for various games. What arrangements are working for you? Has anyone found the optimized arrangement for particular games? 

Show off your arrangements in real games. What works best for you?

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Village

Here is my sister and I playing Village for the first time.  We used pieces from four CoCo. We used a central area to hold community components for everyone. Worked very nicely for sorting the items tokens, money, and cubes. Then we each had our private areas. I noticed we each arranged our own areas differently. I LOVED using the quad CoCo--perfect for sorting the four different type cubes in the game. (Black is returned directly to the bag and never keep.)

 

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Yokohama

This image is from our first experience using the CoCo's. My sister and I are playing Yokohama. We each had our own areas. The card holders worked awesome for sorting our cards while keeping their front side hidden from each other. Mine is the leopardwood CoCo's on the right in the picture. 

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I'm so excited to see the CoCos work well with so many games! I didn't even know these two existed! 

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Viticulture

@RomyCat and I played a number of games today and used CoCos. Our first game was Viticulture. Romy was purple and I was green. We also used metal money. Since Romy bought all those metal coins she tries to fit them into any game she can 😛. I really love CoCos. How did I every play games without them.

 

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Feast For Odin

This Viking game takes up a LOT of room.  We had the money in a central area. Use three rolling trays to hold supplies. The last rolling tray to actual spin the dice in. Good thing my sister and I have four CoCo's. Allows a lot of flexibility when choosing tiles needed in games.

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I love seeing these, gahh!!! Viticulture especially.

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Haven't been able to take any pictures but we used ours for Lords of waterdeep, terraforming Mars, and Voyages of Marco Polo. They worked great for every game. I especially like them for terraforming Mars though.

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On 5/27/2018 at 12:26 AM, Zenithsplendor said:

Viticulture

@RomyCat and I played a number of games today and used CoCos. Our first game was Viticulture. Romy was purple and I was green. We also used metal money. Since Romy bought all those metal coins she tries to fit them into any game she can 😛. I really love CoCos. How did I every play games without them.

 

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@Zenithsplendor where did you get that Scythe coin holder?  That's simply brilliant.  I've thought of buying more Scyhte metal coins to use in any game and this looks like a perfect solution to do that with!

 

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3 hours ago, LividEntity said:

@Zenithsplendor where did you get that Scythe coin holder?  That's simply brilliant.  I've thought of buying more Scyhte metal coins to use in any game and this looks like a perfect solution to do that with!

 

The Scythe coin holder is actually mine. I'm Zenith's sister. I picked it up through a Kickstarter.  

Link: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/gozergames/custom-3d-printed-accessories-for-scythe

It's 3D printed. Though the Kickstarter has already been fulfilled, you can buy it on the creator's website. Backers could get the physical copy or get the 3D files downloaded to use for their own 3D printers. I don't have a fancy printer so I got the physical copy.  

We both love the coin holder. The coins take up little table room and are always sorted. We use them for plenty of other games too. 

I followed the link on the Kickstarter back to the creator's webpage.  You can buy the the coin box here:

https://squareup.com/store/gozer-games/ 

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Robinson Crusoe

One of the most brutal cooperative games ever conceived, we are marooned on an island and must survive long enough to be rescued by a passing ship.

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On 6/14/2018 at 9:29 AM, TheAuthorOfOZ said:

Robinson Crusoe

One of the most brutal cooperative games ever conceived, we are marooned on an island and must survive long enough to be rescued by a passing ship.

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I love this game. Have not played it yet with my CoCo's. I need to try it out soon.

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