Nippon : RicardoRix win.
Woah! Puerto Rico on steroids. A 'What's your game' that you can actually understand and get your teeth into! Also the BGA implementation is awesome! I have a few personal gripes, but overall this might just be THE game you are looking for. Build and upgrade your factories. Product goods, sell them on contracts or in the markets, upgrade, build trains and ships, improve some more, more, more!
Outlaws: Last Man Standing : RicardoRix win.
Ooohh, tough to describe. I think this game is better than the love it receives on BGA. 3 ways to victory, a bit of strategy and bluff and a cool head. It's 2 player only, and it's a real brain burner when you think of all the options, alternatively you can play fast and loose and it's just as fun.
It's underrated, but probably because it can't be placed into a distinct category of games. If you want an abstract game then there are better ones, if you want a bluffing game then there are better ones, if you want a strategy game then there are better ones.
Niagara: RicardoRix win.
A family friendly game, very simple that plays really fast and is surprisingly enjoyable. Collect or steal gems by controlling 2 canoes against the flow of the river.
Metromania : Ivardo win.
A route planning kind of game, but nothing like Ticket to Ride. It's interesting as far as it's very unique game play, but not that interesting that you want to play again.
Origin : RicardoRix win.
First time playing this game where I understood what I was doing (it helps to read the rules I guess). Yeah really like this game, it's objectives and collecting sets in a very unique way by placing and moving pawns on a world map.
Perudo: RicardoRix win.
Best party game ever, apart from maybe Werewolf, but NEEDS to be played in real-life. The BGA implementation though is wrong IMO, you should be able to change both pips and value.