GamesStatistics

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Summary: Added new section 'How many of the pieces do the games use?' and small update due to more license changes

Changed:

< * CC BY-SA: 90 games (40.0%)
< * no license: 32 games (14.2%)
< * custom license: 29 games (12.9%)

to

> * CC BY-SA: 91 games (40.4%)
> * no license: 30 games (13.3%)
> * custom license: 30 games (13.3%)

Changed:

< * 193 games (85.8%) can be distributed
< * 167 games (74.2%) can be modified
< * 154 games (68.4%) can be used commercially

to

> * 195 games (86.7%) can be distributed
> * 168 games (74.7%) can be modified
> * 155 games (68.9%) can be used commercially

Added:

> == How many of the pieces do the games use? ==
> * 63 games (28.0%) use all of the pieces
> * 68 games (30.2%) use at least 85.7% of the pieces (that's the equivalent of all tiles and coins)
> * 30 games (13.3%) use between 64.3% (that's the equivalent of all the tiles and half of the coins) and 85.7%
> * 38 games (16.9%) use between 42.9% (that's the equivalent of only tiles) and 64.3%
> * 26 games (11.6%) use less than 42.9%


Games Statistics

This spreadsheet with all the games makes it really easy to get various statistics on the games.

As of January 2021, there are currently 225 games in this wiki. 156 of those have their own page on BGG. That's 69.3%.

Top Ten Designers (by quantity)

Licenses

That means

How many games can N people play?

How many games need how many piecepacks?

How many of the pieces do the games use?

How original are the games?

How many games have been invented over the years?

This sort of shows the piecepack's popularity throughout the years, and when the designer contests were.