In Sprawlopolis, 1-4 players work together to build a new city from the ground up. Using only 18 cards and a variable scoring system, the game is never the same twice. Each turn, players will play 1 card from their hand to the growing city, trying to score as many points as possible. Players will have to communicate and plan without revealing their own cards in order to most efficiently develop large areas in each of the 4 zone types. Watch out though, the city hates paying for road maintenance so each road will cost you points in the end. When all cards have been placed, the game ends and players see if they have met dynamically generated minimum score for their game.
Steven Aramini, Danny Devine & Paul Kluka
|Number of Players||
1 – 4 players
8 and up
Tussie-Mussie is based on a Victorian fad that assigned meanings to the flowers that friends and lovers exchanged. Featuring I-Divide-You-Choose drafting, this microgame of 18 cards is played over three rounds. In turn, players look at the top two cards of the deck, then offer them, one face-up and one facedown, to an opponent. That opponent [...]
Welcome to the Wild West! Blaze a trail by draftin’ cards ’round the circle and placin’ ’em in yer town, tryin’ to connect matchin’ territories to score prosperity points! But don’t forget about them three bonus cards in the center of the circle that can score ya even more points — that is, if ya [...]
This bundle inlcudes our Spiel 2019 Masterprint Mini releases Sprawlopolis, Circle the Wagons & Stew together with our brand new 2020 Masterprint Mini release Tussie Mussie! These games come in small portable boxes and only consist of 18 cards but offer great gameplay and variety. Sprawlopolis and Circle the Wagons contain a small notepad as [...]