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    Tiny Towns Board Game

    Item Code: 159348

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    Who will build the best Tiny Town?

    2 to 6 players compete to build the most amazing Town. Each turn the “Master Builder” determines which resource will be produced, and all the players gain one unit of that resource. Players can decide to use their resources to construct buildings according to the construction cards in play. Choose carefully! Where you build, and what you build will determine how dense your Town will be and how many points it will score! At the end of the turn, a new player becomes Master Builder. Play continues until every player’s Town is at max density, and then each Town is scored to determine the winner.

    Tiny Towns is a competitive game about building a well-designed township from a shared pool of resources. It uses an innovative mechanism of resource selection where each player receives the same resources in the same order. This is a fast-playing game of low rules complexity but substantial strategic depth.

    Ages: 14 + | Players: 2 - 6

    In the Box:

    • 6 x Player Boards
    • 50 x sheet Scoring Pad
    • 133 x Wooden Buildings
    • 90 x Wood Cubes
    • 15 x Building cards
    • 40 x Monument Cards
    • Master Builder Token
    • 1 x Rulebook
    Item Code 159348
    Packaged Weight 1.27 Kg
    Release Date Friday, 18th October 2019
    Condition New
    Recommended Age 14+
    Product Type Board Games
    Barcode 729220070531
    Themes Animals, City Building, Classic / Abstract Strategy, Pattern Building

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