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Distributor: Jeux Descartes / Eurogames
Category: Strategy game
Players: 3-5 (scalable thanks to different board layouts)
Play time: 1:00-2:00
Ages: 12+
Content:   1 Game Board with 2 reversible halves, depending of the no of players.
50 wooden Dino Tokens (10 in each of 5 colors) and 50 stickers to them.
  1 Information Board with Climate Chart, Initiative Track and Turn Track
  1 Bidding Board - to place the bids for new mutations.
  1 Wooden Meteor Marker - to track the number of turns played.
  1 Wooden Climate Marker - to track the current climate.
  5 Wooden Initiative/Bidding Markers - to note player order each turn.
  5 Wooden Mutation Markers - for scoring mutation points
  5 Dino Portrait Cards - to indicate the features of each player's Dino species.
62 Gene Counters - used to mark the Dino's abilities on their Portrait Cards.
26 Event Cards - to alter the normal course of play.
  2 player Aid cards.
  1 Cloth Bag - for drawing random gene counters.
  1 Die - for rolling random events and settling ties.
  1 Rule Book - you're reading it.
Game target: The object of the game is to have the largest number of mutation points on the mutation point track when the meteor hits. 
Rules: Rules in English

Pasteups in Swedish for the cards (Word document - thanks to Magnus Lundgren)

Strategy: -
Comments: My edition is from 2001. The designer is Philippe Keyaerts.

One turn of the game is divided into 6 phases. For phases 3, 4 and 5, only proceed with the next phase when all players have completed their actions for the current phase.
1. Initiative: Determine the order in which players will complete the rest of the turn.
2. Climate: Determine the current climate for the rest of the turn.
3. Movement: The Dinos move and fight.
4. Births: New Dinos appear.
5. Survival and Mutation: Some Dinos die, and survivors receive mutation points.
6. Meteor & Evolution: Move the meteor one space closer to impact. If the meteor has not yet hit the planet, players bid for genes.

A light and fun game.



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