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Lookout Games 48 - Welcome to Walnut Grove
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- Sprache Spielanleitung: DE; ENG
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Der amerikanische Mittlere Westen 1885: Gemeinsam mit deiner Frau hast du dir ein kleines Stück Land gesichert. Im naheliegenden Städtchen Walnut Grove findest du alles, was notwendig ist, um deine kleine Prärie-Farm auf Vordermann zu bringen. Denn wer im Winter nicht ausreichend Nahrung und Holz zum Heizen eingelagert hat, dem steht eine ungemütliche Zeit bevor!
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The game takes a lot of little game mechanics and integrates them quite well. Each game is 8 rounds, or years, made up of 4 seasons each and each season is kind of played like a little mini game but each of those mini games contributes to the whole of what you are trying to accomplish. There is also a disk for each year that slightly variates what you need to do during each season.
In the first season (spring) you draw and keep a certain number of tiles from a bag. Each tile shows a different landscape type and fences, you are trying to connect like landscape types and fences for better production and points, kind of like a mini Carcassonne.
The summer season is worker placement and production, you send your available workers to different landscapes in your land area and produce based on how many tiles that landscape spans but you have to be careful because you have limited storage space.
Then during the fall there is a central board/rondel where players move to a specific building and take the action for that building. These can be anything from collecting extra resources to workers to selling resources for points or buying special scoring tiles.
Finally, the winter is the feeding and cleanup phase. Each of your workers needs to eat and be heated using specific resources that hopefully you acquired in the previous 3 seasons.
Like I said, each a somewhat self-contained and different mini game that affects what you do as a whole. It's pretty easy to teach, plays at a really good clip, and is very well balanced and designed to integrate all the parts smoothly. If I had one complaint it is that it might play a little too smoothly. By that I mean it's hard to completely screw up or do exceptionally well either and that makes for players who progress at about the same pace and with so few points to pass around a lot of scores are going to be very tight and you might end with many tied games. My first play of this the scores were 22/23/24.
My advice is to read the rule bok very carefully as some of the wording may throw you off. Also reference BGG website forum area to clarify some questions you will undoubtedly have. Game-play is simple and straight forward. the center of town is stacked with 8 discs (4A discs/ 4B Discs) Each disc represents the four seasons in which you interact with the game. so basically its Spring - Summer - Fall - Winter 8x, so 32 turns Per Player. Game play is as follows:
Spring - Draw Tiles 3 or 4 on the A discs, Keep 1 of the 3 tiles or 2 of 4 and make them part of your player board/ranch.
Summer - Bonus harvest. If you harvest from your player wheel what on the curent disc you will get 1 bonus good.
Fall - Players move around the board and either trade or buy goods/acquire workers/obtain tiles to upgrade ranch just to name a few.
Winter - Workers & Laborers return home.
***TIP*** this is the most important part to open the game. If possible "DURING THE OPENING FALL ACTION" try and take the action that allows you to add an additional living quarters to your player board. This way you do not have to pay an additional wood or therefore waste a coin to warm the campsite, trust me you will not regret this move as it will benefit in the long run.
This is only a basic overview of the game which has really tight controls and mistakes should be avoided. You will not recognize thes mistakes until you've run through the game a good 2 or 3 time. If you like games like La Granja you will thoroughly enjoy this one.