Previously, I already wrote a micro game, Circle the Wagons. In general, a micro game in tabletop game industry is the one with just small components, small package, probably a filler game that can still offer the experience of a bigger game.
For a while it is kind of a trend. Some people say that it is not going to stay for a while.
However, those designers or publishers who have succeeded in delivering one of this kind of game eventually created a fan base. They even created the sequel to the original game that shares the same characteristic but still offer something new.
In the case of this next game, Mint Works, they are known for games that can fit in a small tin. It is very portable, affordable and people can easily bring the game to anywhere and play.
So, what is this Mint Works game? How do we play it? Can it be played with just a single player?
Those are probably just a few questions that came to mind after hearing about the game. Well, in this article, I’m going to share with you my Mint Works Review based on my experience on playing the game and what I can find from the internet.
Hope this helps. Is Mint Works going to be the best micro game?