Tile Placement

This game mechanic implies playing a tile in a strategic location, respecting rules to expand the playing area or score points.

A classic example is Carcassonne, where a player randomly draws a tile and place it next to other tiles and has a chance to place a Meeple on the tile just played.

Some abstract games, such as Ingenious and Othello, also utilize this mechanic.

(Source: Board Game Geek)

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