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Strategy and beauty

Sagrada is another game that I had heard plenty about but took my sweet time actually buying myself a copy. I quickly became a firm favourite and I love grabbing it to play with the kids or when my friend comes over for our weekly board game session.
The game seems simple enough, roll the dice and then place them according to the rules, but once you've placed a dice the game becomes increasingly harder. After your first dice is placed, the next ones must be places in one of the surrounding places of a dice already on your board. Dice of the same colour or of the same number cannot be placed next to eachother (ie touching). Then there is your own private goal, which gets you points, three public goals (which can be hard depending on what dice you can and can't place) and then the tools, which can allow you to break the rules.
The complexity of this game is lots of fun and even if you use the same board each time, your end result will always differ due to the roll of the dice, and the aesthetics of a finished 'window' are lovely.