A Gameshire egy remek társasjáték, 1 - 6 játékos részére, az átlagos játékidő 45 - 90 perc. A társast, 12 éves kortól ajánljuk kipróbálni. Kooperatív jellegű, a játékmenet erősen épít a kártya húzás, a ceruza-papír, a solitaire és a set-03 grid coverage mechanizmusokra.
OVERVIEW: The Crown needs help growing and harvesting goods for the coronation festival this autumn. Succeed and your family gets to keep the land. Gameshire is a cooperative...
OVERVIEW: The Crown needs help growing and harvesting goods for the coronation festival this autumn. Succeed and your family gets to keep the land. Gameshire is a cooperative flip-and-write (and reap) game, played in two seasons. In the Spring, you work together to fill in your farms with crops in patterns decreed by castle, earn special skills, and plan which gifts to give the Crown. In the Autumn, harvest your crops by shading in the fields you’ve planned. With clever planning and good communication, you might just win the Crown’s favor!
COOPERATIVE FLIP-AND-WRITE: Players take turns choosing cards from the market that everyone must use on their maps. Your team will need to work together to select all six gifts for the crown, acquire essential rule-breaking skills, and gain permission to use those skills. Because each player has a different map, communication is key (and “quarterbacking” is hard). To win, your team must select and deliver six gifts to the Crown.
PLAN YOUR FARM, THEN HARVEST IT: In the first season, Spring, you will fill in your farm by choosing plans of crops and cows from the central market. Each player writes each plan on their own farm map. In the Autumn, the plan cards flip over to become demands, and you now choose which demands to fulfill, shading in the maps they planned previously. It’s fun to see how your careful planning in the Spring pays off in the Autumn.
MULTIPLE GAME MODES: Designed for easy play over remote interfaces, the primary cooperative game plays well with two to six players. Gameshire also includes “Wrinkle” cards to increase the difficulty for experienced teams, and an “All vs All” variant that allows for solo and large-group play.
Can you keep up with the weird orders coming out of the castle? Will you succeed and secure property and a title for your clan? Or will you fail, and be chased off into the night with nothing to show for your efforts?
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