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Azul and Azul: Summer Pavilion board game review - how does the tile-laying smash hit and its second sequel compare?

Is the third in the tile-laying series another classic?

Azul is a modern-day classic in a lot of board gamers' hearts, Wheels included. So when a second game in the series came out, a lot of fans were left somewhat disappointed when it didn't quite live up to the original.

A new challenger approaches, though, in the guise of Azul: Summer Pavilion. Wheels is here in this Dicebreaker double-biller to not only review it, but also to tell you why you should still play the absolutely fantastic Azul.

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Michael Whelan

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Michael "Wheels" Whelan started life in the video game industry working as a community manager and content producer on titles such as the Total War franchise and Sorcery! 4. He was able to integrate his lifelong enthusiasm for tabletop into his job by starting a new series of tabletop livestreams on Total War's marketing channels, before becoming the second talented member of Dicebreaker’s video team in mid-2019.