I actually ended up playing both of these games, and I loved it. I love collaborative games where everyone is having fun, and working together towards the same goal. The hardest part of Hanabi was if myself or a group member would forget our card placements in our hand, we would have to flip over one of the bomb chips, and it would get us one step closer to losing the game. The hardest part of mental block was especially when we were using the challenger cards, where people had certain restrictions on how they can help out the team. Similar to when playing Werewolf, the ties to leadership and teamwork was within the rotational roles, and the role players we each took within the games. We all have the same goal, so we want to listen to each other, and hear what everyone can add to the table to win. I think my friends from back home and I would enjoy this game greatly because we love games where there is one goal, and we all want to win together.