As typical, we played Go. I played ten games, mostly pretty fast 13×13 which is the greatest fun in those surroundings. I won quite a few of them, too.
As our these days mandatory card game, we played Gang of Four. We played a six-round game with three players, and it was quite fun. Despite what some might say, the game works well with three. The switching of play direction is somewhat confusing and I might drop it from later plays. It’s more confusing than interesting.
Also, we didn’t quite figure out the values of the combinations. It isn’t really obvious from the rulebook, which leaves out some crucial information. Or no, it is there, but not explicitly stated. More detailed examples of combination ordering would be useful. I’ll definitely fix that with the Finnish rules.
I also picked up Kogge from Post office. It wasn’t a completely free review copy, but a fairly good deal anyway. The game looks home-made, but interesting. Unfortunately, the rules are a bit of a muddle. The game seems to be rather complicated, but it might be only the rules. I’ll try to work it out and see how the game plays. I’m interested, anyway, and it’s always fun whenever Finland is mentioned in a game (one of the cities in game is Turku).