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Who can keep their nerves with MARK, the exciting economic game? The object is to bring your goods to market at the correct time. The prices keep rising, but if you wait too long your fellow players will step in and make everything worthless.
The players each have control of a recycling company, dealing with glass, paper, metal, plastic or composites. And these components are actually part of the game.
- 1 game board
- 40 recyclable material pieces
- 2 colored dice
- 2 labels (hammer and star)
- game money
As a public service (and just because we like it), we're recycling this recycling game from last year. The colors showing on the dice determine what kind of junk you get to move from the first to the second row of your warehouse, and from your warehouse to market, where you get paid for your trouble. You won't get paid much if you go to market too early, but if you wait too long, you might not get paid at all. Watch out for warehouse fees, which tend to add up. Mark is sure to beautify your mental environment.
Empty jars, bottle caps, and pieces of cardboard have all been tossed into this recycling game, and it's your job to deal with them. Give everyone $30 and roll two dice to determine which recyclable item you'll play with. You may: (1) place your recyclable in the first row of your warehouse; (2) move it from your first to second row (both rows consist of four adjacent spaces, and filling more than three in either warrants hefty storage fees); or (3) move it from the second row to one of the five Market rows on the board. If a row already contains the item, you must put it on the next available space in that row, earning the monetary value printed on the space. When four rows are filled, the player with most money wins. Let this fast-paced and surprisingly deep game fill a niche on your gaming shelf.