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Sprawlopolis

| Published: 2018
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In Sprawlopolis, 1-4 players work together to build a new city from the ground up. Using only 18 cards and a variable scoring system, the game is never the same twice. Each turn, players will play 1 card from their hand to the growing city, trying to score as many points as possible. Players will have to communicate and plan without revealing their own cards in order to most efficiently develop large areas in each of the 4 zone types. Watch out though, the city hates paying for road maintenance so each road will cost you points in the end. When all cards have been placed, the game ends and players see if they have met dynamically generated minimum score for their game. Can you meet the demands of the officials, work with your fellow planners and build the ultimate urban wonder? It’s time to find out!

Jackhammers chattering, trucks beeping, engines roaring, the sounds of construction are everywhere. Sprawlopolis is growing and YOU are in charge of it all. The last team of planners couldn't cut it, so the city turned to your team, the best of the best. If anyone can turn this tiny town into a thriving civic center it's you.

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“Fun, but harder than it looks”

A fun game, but it can be tough to reach the goals.
It depends, ofcourse, on the goals you draw (random) at the start. In my first game, we had three pretty tough goals – two of which actually worked against each other.
For a co-op game however it works quite nice. I like co-op games and this one has a simple mechanic: you play a card from your hand and then pass your hand to the next player, who also draws an additional card. While you can’t talk about what cards you have in hand, you can plan ahead, and discuss what goals to reach.
Our game fell seriously flat at reaching the goals. We knew we were in deep water pretty quickly. However I figure with some balanced goal cards at the start it will be more exciting.

 

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