Bohnanza: Fun & Easy
German publisher Amigo Spiele will release Uwe Rosenberg's Bohnanza: Fun & Easy in September 2010. What's different with this version of Rosenberg's classic Bohnanza...
BohnanzaEnglish language edition with expansion set
Most folk have never planned on being a bean farmer, but Bohnanza takes this crazy theme and makes it work in this enjoyable card game. Players must trade with one another to plant fields of lucrative beans, as they manipulate the cards ...
Auf der schwäb'schen Eisenbohn
limited edition of 2500 $8.99
In this 33-card expansion, which includes 22 new bean cards, we're riding The Swabian Bean Railway – Swabia (in German, Schwaben) is a region within Bavaria -- which takes players between five Swabian cities and gives various incentives to sell early...
Bohnanza Fan Edition
English language edition
The difference in this version from the original German edition base game is that all the bean pictures are different and were supplied by fans of the game from around the world.
limited edition of 2500; Be[a]nedict $9.99
Beans can now also grow in God's bean field. Bohn-edicts make the game fun.
newer German edition $10.95
Ladybohn brings women and children beans into the world of Bohnanza.
Sleeping Bea[n]uty $10.95
As a bean prince, you're trying to find the sleeping Bohnröschen in the palace. You have to fight through thick bean vines and solve difficult tasks. Whoever reaches the palace first and brings along the most talers gets to wake Bohnröschen with a kiss.
Cannibals are making trouble in this stand-alone Bohnanza variant for two players. But even if everyone is happy to cook their own soup, the actions on the cultivated beans offer sufficient opportunity to wipe the opponent out beautifully.