A Namma Bengaluru game egy kiváló társasjáték, 2 - 4 játékos részére, az átlagos játékidő rövidebb, csak 30 - 60 perc. A társast, 14 éves kortól ajánljuk kipróbálni.
Namma Bengaluru or “Our Bengaluru” as translated from the native language Kannada (pronounced “Kun” like in Gun and “nada" like na-da), is a game that is inspired by the...
Namma Bengaluru or “Our Bengaluru” as translated from the native language Kannada (pronounced “Kun” like in Gun and “nada" like na-da), is a game that is inspired by the beautiful city of Bangalore, India.
Plan and build neighbourhoods in the city of Bengaluru to score the most points in this box-sized tribute to the warm city of opportunities and its warmer people. A small box big game, light on the rules, heavy on strategy.
For many decades, Bangalore was the Garden City of India, but now it sports a different avatar. With the rise in IT companies all over the city, Bangalore became popular as the Silicon City of India, sometimes also referred to as the Start-up capital of India. Ask a local about the Bangalore they remember, and you will be taken on a walk down memory lanes of an era gone by. Sprawling green parks filled with trees, beautiful lakes, bustling markets and shopping centres, contrast the buzzing business & industrial areas against the solace of cosy residential areas.
Players draft tiles, draft cards with additional scoring objectives, strategically place tiles to build the pattern as displayed on their scoring objectives to maximise their score to win. Players can demolish a tile to help them in building the patterns they seek.
The game ends the moment the centre pile of city tiles is all used up. The player with the maximum points wins. If there's a tie, the player who holds the minimum scoring cards wins.