60 min play time
Simple game rules and deep, immersive gameplay are the backbone of this title’s success.
Discover all the secrets of therapy thanks to the detailed explanations and pictures of the magic professional Sylvain Mirouf!
This box includes all the accessories and the expicative DVD necessary for the realization of about twenty therapy rounds.
As a bonus, Sylvain Mirouf offers around twenty additional tricks to perform with everyday objects.
1 DVD and 20 accessories supplied.
From 7 years old.
The year is 1430, a time of unrest and upheaval in the Holy Roman Empire. Echoes of the Papal Schism are still heard in all the lands, the Turks advance in the Balkans, and the Hussite Wars ravage Bohemia.
Even while battling the Hussites, Upper Lusatia prospers. It has been nearly 100 years since the founding of the League of Six - a group of wealthy Lusatian towns that banded together to defend their commercial interests and preserve stability and order in the region.
You have been sent to this embattled land in the role of tax collector. As a young, ambitious aristocrat, you hope to stand out so that you will be given a position in the court of Sigismund, King of the Romans, King of Hungary, and King of Bohemia, the man who will eventually, God willing, be crowned the Holy Roman Emperor.
The tax collector who brings in the most revenue for the king, while simultaneously gaining the support of the civic leaders, has the best chance to find himself by the side of King Sigismund, sharing in the intrigues that will shape Europe. Your path to power lies along the roads that connect the League of Six.
The game consists of six turns representing six years. Each player takes the role of a tax collector visiting one of the six cities. The goods collected are placed in the royal stores or estate stores, thus giving the players influence in the court of King Sigismund. The player who gains the most influence wins.
Caylus Magna Carta is a strategy game set in the Middle Ages. King Philip the Fair decides to build a castle in Caylus. Workers and craftsmen, attracted by the good prospects and the challenge of this task, gather on the construction site. A town slowly rises at the foot of the castle along the road...
In Caylus Magna Carta, players take on the role of master builders. They earn points by building the king's castle and developing the city. When the castle is completed, the player with the most points wins the game.
In Boss Kito, the players are gorillas of the rather small type.
They are on an island in the zoo.
By playing single bananas (on chips) and bunches of bananas (on cards) he can gain advantages from the most powerful gorilla on the island, Boss Kito.
With these advantages, the players gain points.
In Bloom, gardeners strive to gather various flowers to make beautiful bouquets. The challenge is that each gardener can only afford the space to plant one type of flower.
Of course, a gardener could just take what he needs from his neighbours' flowers. Naturally, that means that he must jealously guard his own fields, as well.
Each gardener has an animal, and the two of them defend their garden's fields from unwelcome harvests.
Each player has nine field tiles, each three parcels by three parcels in size.
Each parcel can be cultivated with its matching flower, or simply ploughed instead.
Players harvest flowers by covering them on theirs or others parcels with their own field tiles, which are placed partially overlapping the existing field tiles.
This expansion includes components for a 6th player.
It also introduces the ability to gather a retinue of supporters.
When visiting towns, the players get supporters from various social classes.
These supporters help players during the game or the final scoring.
In Pisa during the fourteenth century gold rules over all. The great families of the city are the route to success, wealth, and power. Merchant houses compete to make deals with the great families and earn the greatest profits. Meanwhile, master builders erect splendid palaces, marvellous tower houses, beautiful plazas, and fabulous shops, hoping to impress the great families and earn prestige. The centre of this quest for wealth and prestige is the Lungarno district, along the banks of the River Arno. Can you overcome your rivals to dominate the Lungarno and become the richest merchant in Pisa?
Using tiles, you will build the various districts of Lungarno, sending your merchants to trade with the four great families (represented by shields of different colors). When a district is complete, you will earn profits for your merchants, based on the prestige of the families in that district.
At the end of the game, the player with the most gold is the winner!
- 13 Special board pieces
- 65 Building tiles
- 55 Florin coins (20 yellow - worth 5 and 35 Grey)
- 25 Merchants (5 of each colour)
- 12 Privilege tokens
In Genoa (originally published as The Traders of Genoa), players take the part of Renaissance traders, moving about the city acquiring goods and filling orders for goods. Messages need to be delivered and privileges obtained. Of course, none of this can be accomplished on one's own. Much negotiation and deal-making is the order of the day in an effort to become the richest deal-maker in Genoa. Flexible rules allow for negotiating almost everything in the game.
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How to play?
The board has 44 spaces with different tasks such as visiting bars, pubs and clubs and taking a sip, drink from a glass and shots.
There are also additional fields with special tasks and activities, such as truth and dares, arm wrestling, tongue twisters, opening lines and kissing contests.
The Winner is the one who completes the tasks and finishes their journey first.