Zooloretto: The Dice Game
Zooloretto: The Dice Game takes the basic Zooloretto / Coloretto game play... and replaces the cards with dice!
Hanabi – named for the Japanese word for "fireworks" and consisting of the ideograms "Flower" and "Fire" – is a cooperative game in which players try to create the perfect fireworks show by placing the cards on the table in the right order.
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Gold! Gold! Nothing but gold as far as the eye can see! Well, to be honest, the landscape holds a few donkeys, too, and while donkeys can help carry all that gold, they'll also eat into your savings!
Unusual, tetrahedral board with 281 dice in three colors. A series of games, some involving dexterity, other abstract movement. A gaming system in which the inventor encourages players to devise new games. Aesthetically interesting.
Funagain Games does not stock this edition of this title, usually because it's out of print.
Anno Domini: Süden
Each Anno Domini set consists of 336 cards, with a description of a historical event on one side of the card and the year (and sometimes specific date) in which it happened on the other...
As in Zooloretto, each player is the zoo director of a small zoo...
The age of passenger aviation has begun. Courageous entrepreneurs establish the first airlines and compete for the few available licenses in the European air space...
Designer Urs Hostettler has a sequel to his Wie ich die Welt sehe ("As I See the World") coming from Abacusspiele in 2010, a sequel that can be combined with the original game for large group play or played on its own.
Good coworkers and charitable donations make life easier for the zoo director. If he uses the donations skillfully, he will acquire
additional animals and vending stalls.