A Schweizer Reise egy nagyszerű társasjáték, 2 - 4 játékos részére, az átlagos játékidő rövidebb, csak 30 - 40 perc. A társast, 8 éves kortól ajánljuk kipróbálni. A játékmenet erősen épít a forgass és mozgass, a kockadobás, a pontról pontra mozgás és a movement points mechanizmusokra.
You can feel the ice-cold wind on your face. Snow is crunching under your feet. The panorama is simply amazing. You are standing on Jungfraujoch and looking out over Switzerland...
You can feel the ice-cold wind on your face. Snow is crunching under your feet. The panorama is simply amazing. You are standing on Jungfraujoch and looking out over Switzerland – it is a feeling like no other! You quickly take a picture before continuing on with your tour of Switzerland. There is so much to discover. In Broc you want to see Maison Cailler, the famous Swiss chocolaterie, and you plan to visit the Olympic Museum in Lausanne. And perhaps you will be lucky enough to snap a picture of an ibex in the national park! But unfortunately your holidays will soon be over. Only those who plan well manage to see as much of Switzerland as they can before the holidays officially come to an end. You obviously also need a bit of luck on this kind of trip. An exciting game for all Switzerland enthusiasts.
Aim of the game
You are exploring Switzerland with a small group of travellers. Your three travellers start in different cities in Switzerland: one starts in German-speaking Switzerland (in Basel), one starts in Ticino (in Mendrisio) and one starts in Western Switzerland (in Geneva). You win the game if you score the most points with your three travellers. To earn points, your travellers have to reach as many destinations as possible, go on discovery tours and take pictures of attractions.
How to play
The youngest player is the tour guide and is responsible for managing the calendar during the game. The youngest player begins the game and takes a turn. A turn means they 1) roll the dice and reroll and 2) perform the roll results. After a turn, the next player takes their turn going anticlockwise, and so on. Every time the tour guide takes their turn, a new day of travel begins. The tour guide moves the calendar marker forward to the next day.