Kategorisering af den lille Brætspilsamling

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Kategorisering af den lille Brætspilsamling

Post by Bugge » Sun Jul 08, 2012 10:47 am

Hvis der nogen derude, der er lige så tossede som mig :shock: Øh, lad mig omformulere det, nogen derude, der elsker at sætte ting i system, lige så meget som mig, så har jeg lavet et oplæg til en kategorisering af brætspil baseret på BGG's 'Subdomain', 'Category' og 'Mechanic' genrer.

Jeg har valgt at beholde de engelse ord, for bedre at kunne sammenligne, og for dem der gerne vi have en word fil af nedenstående kategorisering (samt af 'the real thing' min ejerliste over brætspil, der benytter systemet), skal bare give besked. Så kan jeg sende det på en E-mail,

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BOARDGAME CATEGORISATION

BGG SUBDOMAINS:
A. Abstract Games (Games like chess or connect-four that are strategic but not themed)
B. Children’s games (Games for kids pre-K through elementary school)
C. Customizable Games (All forms of Collectible Games such as Collectible Card Games, Collectible Dice Games, Collectible Miniature Games, Living Card Games and Trading Card Games)
D. Family Games (Games for families. Many are crosslisted in other game subdomains)
E. Party Games (Games for parties. These are often suitable for large groups, some are suitable for all ages as well)
F. Strategy Games (Games generally built around a set of rules and mechanics with a unifying theme often added later)
G. Thematic Games (Games that contain a strong theme which drives the overall game experience, creating a dramatic story "narrative". This type of game often features player to player direct conflict with the chance of elimination, dice rolling and plastic miniatures)
H. Wargames (Games that use war as theme and often overlaps with strategy games and may involve moving units around maps or strategically using cards to advance in different ways)

BGG CATEGORIES:
Abstract Strategy, Action / Dexterity, Adventure, American Civil War, American Indian Wars, American Revolutionary War, American West, Ancient, Animals, Arabian, Aviation / Flight, Bluffing, Book, Card Game, Children's Game, City Building, Civil War, Civilization, Collectible Components, Comic Book/Strip, Deduction, Dice, Economic, Educational, Electronic, Environmental, Expansion for Base-game, Exploration, Fantasy, Farming, Fighting, Game System, Horror, Humor, Industry / Manufacturing, Korean War, Mafia, Math, Mature / Adult, Maze, Medical, Medieval, Memory, Miniatures, Modern Warfare, Movies / TV / Radio, theme, Murder / Mystery, Music, Mythology, Napoleonic, Nautical, Negotiation, Novel-based, Number, Party Game, Pirates, Political, Prehistoric, Print & Play, Puzzle, Racing, Real-time, Religious, Renaissance, Science Fiction, Space Exploration, Spies / Secret Agents, Sports, Territory Building, Trains, Transportation, Travel, Trivia, Video Game Theme, Vietnam War, Wargame, Word, World War I, World War II, Zombies

BGG MECHANICS:
Acting, Action Point Allowance System, Area Control / Area Influence, Area Enclosure, Area Movement, Area-Impulse, Auction / Bidding, Betting / Wagering, Campaign / Battle Card Driven, Card Drafting, Chit-Pull System, Co-operative Play, Commodity Speculation, Crayon Rail System, Deck / Pool Building, Dice Rolling, Hand Management, Hex-and-Counter, Line Drawing, Memory, Modular Board, Paper-and-Pencil, Partnerships, Pattern Building, Pattern Recognition, Pick-up and Deliver, Point to Point Movement, Press Your Luck, Rock-Paper-Scissors, Role Playing, Roll / Spin and Move, Route / Network Building, Secret Unit Deployment, Set Collection, Simulation, Simultaneous Action Selection, Singing, Stock Holding, Storytelling, Tile Placement, Time Track, Trading, Trick-taking, Variable Phase Order, Variable Player Powers, Voting, Worker Placement

SBU WARGAME CATEGORIES:
01. Ancient, 0399 & Earlier
02. Middle Ages, 0700-1499
03. 16. Century, 1500-1599
04. 17. Century, 1600-1699
05. 18. Century, 1700-1791
06. Napoleonic Wars, 1792-1815
07. American Civil War, 1861-1865
08. Victorian Age, 1835-1913
09. 1. World War, 1914-1918
10. Interwar Period, 1918-1939
11. 2. World War 'Strategic', 1939-45
12. 2. World War ‘Mediterranean’, 1940-1945
13. 2. World War ‘Eastern Front’, 1941-1945
14. 2. World War ‘Pacific War’, 1941-1945
15. 2. World War ‘Western Front’, 1944-1945
16. 2. World War ‘Series Games’, 1939-1945
17. 2. World War 'Air War', 1939-1945
18. Wargame Themed Card Games
19. Wargame Multiplayer Games

SBU ABSTRACT, FAMILY & STRATEGY GAME CATEGORIES:
20. 2-Player Games
21. Abstract Strategy, Deduction, Memory, Educational & Trivia
22. Area Control, Bluffing, Negotiation & Political
23. Card Games
24. City Building
25. Economic
26. Exploration
27. Fantasy
28. Racing
29. Route Building, Transportation & Travel
30. Science Fiction
31. Sports
32. Territory Building
33. Trains
34. Worker Placement

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Re: Kategorisering af den lille Brætspilsamling

Post by Mik » Sun Jul 08, 2012 2:17 pm

Det har vi vist berørt tidligere i denne gruppe.
For 15 år siden begyndte jeg at bruge det system som det Deutsches Spiele Archiv benytter til deres enorme samling af spil udgivet i Tyskland siden 2. Verdenskrig.

Dog må jeg erkende at jeg i virkeligheden ikke har brug for et system. Jeg ved stort set hvor alle mine spil (film, bøger og musik) befinder sig uden brug for kataloger.
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