Category: Farming / Ranching
Category: Card Games
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...
Orchard: The Card Game
AKA: Obstgarten: Das Kartenspiel
Will the players have harvested all the fruit before the raven reaches the orchard? A co-operative game for 1-6 players.
Players are farmers who are trying to avoid having to take home cows covered with flies as flies imply filth, which suggests that you are a bad farmer who doesn't care for your animals.
High Bohn Plus
This Bohnanza expansion contains new game variants and two new bean types, the Cognac bean and the Field bean. With High Bohn, the players may spend their thalers on buildings located in Virginia City. These building have...
In this self-published game, players score points when they add animals to the table. Two things to keep in mind while doing this: (1) Most animals have special abilities based on the various cards in play, and (2) If you fail to make the proper animal...
limited edition of 2500; Be[a]nedict
Beans can now also grow in God's bean field. Bohn-edicts make the game fun.
Koe Zoekt Boer
Players tend to the cows -- who are on double-sided cards with different moods on each side -- trying to give them the ideal living conditions with lots of hay, ideal shelter, and good weather. The player with the happiest cows at game's end wins.
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.
Rabohnzel, the princess bean, is a true princess. She occurs frequently in the game but nevertheless has a fantastically good bean-meter. Everyone would cultivate princess beans, if not for the sword beans. Whoever cultivates sword beans pulls a...
Telebohn is very different from many games in the Bohnanza series. There's no trading here. Instead, entire bean fields are absorbed during hostile takeovers. This game is more like Klunker than Bohnanza.