Braunsteins: More open-ended, multiplayer ( 7+), everyone with their own semi-competing goals, one-shot, miniatures/maps using games.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Wesely
Okay, there's the link if the term is new to you.
Once again I've been thinking about B-steins and their design.
Right now, all I'm looking for are suggestions on keeping one of these types of games chugging along, when you have 7 or more players, and they are not generally
A lot of this is about ideas for initiative, but all things that relate to moving things along are appreciated.
Any obvious ( or non-obvious) problems with the situation that you feel are worth pointing out ...go for it.
For this exercise, assume most players won't have many physical miniatures to move, 1-5 being normal. This isn't like a big, battle miniatures game with a huge army for each player.
Alrighty, have at it.