Carcassonne is been a hit with my friends for w while now. In this game you score points by building cities and roads by placing square tiles next to the tiles already in play. There is number of tactics you can use and ample ways to hinder your opponents. It also offers opportunities for co-operation. We play it with a few expansion sets that add new cards and new ways of scoring points. These sets introduce new tactics and can be fun. Although we sometimes opt to exclude a concept or set of rules. Carcassone is fun to play, especially when you play quickly. A big plus is that it plays well with any number of players between 2 and 5 (or 6 if you use the first expansion). It is rare for a game to be fun with when playing one-on-one or with a group.