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The Settlers of Catan
 

The Settlers of Catan

3-D Special Edition


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Ages Play Time Players
12+ 120-180 minutes 3-4

Designer(s): Klaus Teuber

Manufacturer(s): Mayfair Games, Kosmos

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Product Description

To commemorate the 10th anniversary of The Settlers of Catan, this special edition is being offered. It will include all the components needed to play The Settlers of Catan and Cities and Knights for 3-4 players.

This edition will feature three-dimensional, hand-painted tiles made of dense, heavyweight resin and a complete interlocking border. Each player will have a complete set of hand-painted settlements, cities, metropolis, city walls, knights and roads.

The special hardwood case is designed to keep your set safe and will feature a special slotted level with felt-lined slots to hold each hex and a wooden tray to hold pieces for play and storage.

Product Awards

Games Magazine Awards
1999
Deutscher Spiele Preis
1st place, 1995
Spiel des Jahres
Game of the Year, 1995

Product Information

  • Designer(s): Klaus Teuber

  • Manufacturer(s): Mayfair Games, Kosmos

  • Year: 2005

  • Players: 3 - 4

  • Time: 120 - 180 minutes

  • Ages: 12 and up

  • Weight: 8,280 grams

  • Language Requirements: Manufacturer's rules are printed in English. This is an international edition or domestic edition of an imported item.

Contents:

  • 37 hexagonal region tiles
  • 20 settlement pieces (5 x 4 different colors)
  • 16 city pieces (4 x 4 different colors)
  • 60 road pieces (15 x 4 different colors)
  • 95 resource cards
  • 25 development cards
  • 4 building cost cards
  • 2 special bonus cards
  • 18 die cut counters
  • 2 six sided dice
  • 1 wooden pawn
  • 36 Commodity Cards
  • 54 Progress Cards
  • 6 Victory Point Cards
  • 3 wooden Metropolis pieces
  • 1 wooden Merchant figure
  • 2 Dice, including a red D6 and a custom event die
  • 1 Longest Trade Route Card
  • 1 wooden Barbarian Ship
  • 24 wooden Knights
  • 12 City Walls
  • 4 City Calendars
  • Edge Pieces
  • 1 Barbarian Fleet tile
  • Game Overview
  • Game Rules

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    Average Rating: 5 in 4 reviews

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    Ooooooh!!! Ahhhhhhhhh!!
    July 16, 2006

    First of all, let's be honest. This game isn't any more fun than the original (that costs much less) since it's the idea of the game itself that makes it fun-- just like you can have the same amount of fun kicking around an old can as you can a really nice soccer ball.

    BUT...

    If you're like me and enjoy playing Catan with friends and family and suspect you will for years to come then this is the version to have! The workmanship is fantastic and the attention to detail makes this a game that you can play for years to come and hand down to your grand kids.

    I can imagine a scene something like "Jumanji", where someday kids are rooting around in an attic and find what appears to be a wooden treasure chest. They open it up to find beautifully sculpted landscapes, knights, cities and a pirate ship and say, "I've never seen anything like this! Let's play!".

    So maybe I'm a bit of a dreamer, but let's face it-- it's a lot harder to get excited about paper boards and counters than it is to get excited about something that looks like it was specifically designed for fun and make-believe.

    The 3-D edition of Catan is one of those rare games that is not only fun to play but LOOKS like fun from the first minute you open the box.

    Bottom line? If you enjoy Catan you can still have a great time with the basic edition. But if you're looking for something that would be a special gift for your family that will last well into the future (provided you're not too careless with the pieces) then the 3D edition is well worth the price!

     
     
     
     
     
    The Way Settlers SHOULD Be
    January 10, 2006
    In a nutshell, this has to be considered a really fine game on a number of levels.

    First of all, this contains Settlers and Cities and Knights. Cities and Knights actually solves some of the problems with the original settlers (which rewarded the right setup at the beginning of the game with a high probability of winning). Combining the two into one seamless whole really makes sense, and this big Game is really a great one.

    As for components there some things that should be pointed out that show how much effort was placed into this. The rule manual is completely rewritten, and incorporates both Settlers as well as Cities. The card art was also redone, and the commodity cards are smaller.

    The 3-D pieces are also beautiful, not merely "novel". Looks like they tried hard to make something great.

    Finally, everything has a well-designed slot or space inside the box. Nothing (as I remember) rattles around inside, unlike the original settlers.

    If you want to argue that the price is too high for all of this, well I'm not so sure: Everything seems to be well-made with a lot of attention.

    I can therefore give this Super-Settlers an unqualified 5 stars.

     
     
     
     
     
    It's even better than I thought it would be!!
    January 08, 2006
    The game remains the same, and only up to four people can play. But now it's a piece of art!

    The detail painted into the pieces is incredible. The towns and cities look fantastic, and because it includes the Cities and Knights Expansion, the city walls and knights look even better than I thought they would be. I could go on for a while raving about how wonderful everything looks, and how all the cards and setting pieces have all been beautifully redesigned, but that would take away from my time that I want to play the game.

    Now the price tag is not for the faint of heart... but if you really, really ... REALLY like this game, you will not be disappointed.

     
     
     
     
     
    An hierloom
    December 29, 2005
    The game everyone loves has been released in a deluxe version (I'm sure this isn't new to everyone) and I believe that it adds an element that is not availble in the original and that is that it brings you closer to the island. It becomes easier to imagine yourself there as opposed to a more abstact representation of the original idea. Is it worth the money? I believe it is because it is akin to a fine chess set, an hierloom or a centerpiece of a all time great game that will be used for years to come.

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