Euphoria is a moderately complex worker placement game, where you must
optimize your use of workers in a race to place 10 "Authority"
tokens. Many of the worker activities affect shared
resources, so there's a balance between helping yourself and helping
the other players - and limited opportunity for direct
counter-play. Generally speaking, your workers produce simple
commodities, which are upgraded to resources, which are used to place
victory tokens, but the general rules are modified by each player's
specific "recruit" cards.
In the physical game there's a lot of fiddling with cards, tokens and
progress markers, but the online version handles all of that
automatically, so games are super speedy.
set of recruits and markets in Euphoria has evolved over time;
Bordspace hosts the origial recruits, the version 2 update to the
recruits, and the all-new Ignorance is Bliss expansion, which includes
a complete set of new markets and recruits.
Robots: Not bad at all, but beatable.