30m - 50m
2 - 5 Players
Card drafting games are games in which players pick cards from a limited subset, such as a common pool, to gain some advantage (immediate or longterm) or to assemble hands of cards that are used to meet objectives within the game.
Pattern Building is a system where players place game components in specific patterns in order to gain specific or variable game results. For example: placing chips on 2, 4, 6, 8 on a board gets the player an action card they can use later in the game.
Tile Placement games feature placing a piece to score VPs, with the amount often based on adjacent pieces or pieces in the same group/cluster, and keying off non-spatial properties like color, "feature completion", cluster size etc.
The porcelain figures are cute but actually a bit hard to see which direction they face which is important in this game. The game itself is good, a little tableau building but not any really hard choices, quite forgiving as well. Great family game.
Gonna give this one an aight. Mishmash of now-common concepts. Best aspect for me is the unique animal presentation. From the same designer I think O Zoo Le Mio was a much more inspired effort.
One of my favourite games. I have the original edition with the ceramic figurines as there were no meeples available. I wouldn't replace them. :)