|Distributor:||Hans im Glück|
|Players:||2-4 (best with 4 players)|
|Content:|| 1 game board
6 Building cards
4 Building gang figures
60 tiles with town walls, streets and rivers printed on them
12 triple tiles
24 double tiles
24 square tiles
32 People of Schilda cards
1 set of rules
1 additional set of cards comprising 6 building cards and 4 special cards for a variant.
|Game target:||When no player may lay any further tiles then the game is at an end. All players now reveal their building card. The points are counted for each building of that type which remains uncovered by tiles. The player with the highest point count is the winner|
|Rules:||Rules in English|
|Comments:||My edition is from 1991. The designer is Klaus Teuber. There is only a German edition
of the game.
The game is played by laying tiles, either streets, walls or rivers. You try to avoid covering the buildings with your colours, as well as you try to figure out the other players colours and cover their buildings. Everytime you want to cover a toilet building, you must ask for a vote of this. If the vote is no, then you have to put the same tiles in another direction.
Simple and fun game without too much of a challenge. Good with newbies.
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