What makes a good board game collection? Well for myself, its 2 things
For me, a game collection is about building a library of games, and while I think it's good to fill it with all your favourites, I think it is equally as important to have a set number of games that, while maybe not the best of the best, they are appropriate tools to introduce new players to the hobby.
When it comes to games to appeal to any number of players, games ranging from small 4 player micro games like Love Letter, Welcome to the Dungeon and Bang! the Dice Game to games that can accommodate upwards of 8-10 players like Two Rooms and a Boom, Spyfall and Codenames.
Then there is the task of accomodating for those that aren't so inclined to games, and while games like The Resistance and Werewolf are quite easy for people to get involved, I feel to really light the gaming fire under them you need to find what are commonly known as gateway games, these can include such titles as Catan, Ticket to Ride and Takenoko.
What kind of games fill out your collection? Do you accommodate for other people when buying a new game? Or are you happy to stick to your favourites?