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Medici vs Strozzi
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Store:  2-Player Games, Strategy Games
Series:  Medici
Theme:  Business
Genre:  Auction & Bidding
Format:  Board Games
Other:  Essen 2006 releases

Medici vs Strozzi

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Product Awards:  
International Gamers Awards
Best 2-Player Game Nominee, 2007

Ages Play Time Players
10+ 30 minutes 2

Designer(s): Reiner Knizia

Publisher(s): Rio Grande Games

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Product Description

This game re-lives the fierce competition between the two great Florentine families: Medici and Strozzi. The players compete to buy the best goods, load them on their ships, and sail away to sell them for great profits. The mechanism is similar to Medici, but for two players.

Product Awards

International Gamers Awards
Best 2-Player Game Nominee, 2007

Product Information


  • 3 harbors
  • 6 merchant ships
  • 26 merchandise tiles
  • 8 wooden markers
  • 48 coins
  • 1 cloth bag
  • 1 rule booklet
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Product Reviews


Average Rating: 2 in 1 review

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by Roy L.
Boring, Boring, Boring.
February 27, 2007

Some reviewers will certainly call this a brain buster, others an intense meaty 2-player game, while others will call it a puzzle for two -- and all of them will be right, as far as they go. But one simple fact will overshadow all of these characterizations: this as a boring game. While the last few moves provide some degree of suspense (provided players don't already have such widely diverging scores by then that the outcome isn't already determined), most of the game between well-matched thoughtful players consists a combination of analysis paralysis and forced moves.

This game joins Knizia's other recent failed small games, Great Wall and Times Square, to form a disappointing trilogy. All of these game suffer from the problem that smart players, who grasp the math, will play to a slow motion standstill.

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