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Ore City


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Ages Play Time Players
10+ 30-60 minutes 2-6

Designer(s): Fujiwara Teacher

Publisher(s): Japon Brand, Tohoku Wisteria

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  • WARNING: Choking Hazard - Small Parts

Product Description

俺の街 (Ore no Machi) carries an English title Ore City but in English means "The City of My Own" (ore meaning 'of me' not a mineral ore).

In a different world, land prices are rising sharply and real estates are out of public reach. In the midst of unprecedented construction boom, many City Creators are struggling to achieve fame.

In the card game of Ore no Machi (The City of My Own), players are City Creators who design and build their own cities. Their goal is to gain victory points by accomplishing several public projects. But to do so, they have to earn money by building residential, commercial, and industrial buildings, and then by book closing.

You accumulate your wealth and assets through expanded reproduction; your buildings are cleared upon book closing, though.

You may only build one type of buildings (residential, commercial, or industrial) in your construction space. If you want to build another type, you have to close your books to receive benefit from these buildings and clear your space. But you may use your neighboring players' spaces as well to share the benefit upon their book closing. You should use their spaces wisely to outsmart opponents.

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