Dice Settlers

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With a piece of land to call your own, a handful of resources, a few families and a head full of dreams you embark on a journey of a lifetime. Beyond lies the New World full of opportunities to make your dreams of a new home a reality. But beware, other settlers have come here as well, and although their beginnings are as humble as yours, each of them will want to influence these ne…
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70%

Rating

  • Artwork
  • Complexity
  • Replayability
  • Player Interaction
  • Component Quality

You Might Like

  • The dice game fad in general.
  • The solo and two-player games - there were the best I played.
  • Multiple ways to progress in the game depending on the dice you pick.

Might Not Like

  • Aesthetically, it's pretty bad.
  • Nothing new within the genre.
  • Playing with those prone to analysis paralysis.
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Description

With a piece of land to call your own, a handful of resources, a few families and a head full of dreams you embark on a journey of a lifetime. Beyond lies the New World full of opportunities to make your dreams of a new home a reality. But beware, other settlers have come here as well, and although their beginnings are as humble as yours, each of them will want to influence these new lands as much as you. Will you become the most powerful? Dice Settlers is a civilization dice game of pool building, resource gathering and area control. Each turn players reach into their bags of dice, roll and choose their own actions: from exploring new lands and building the board, through gathering resources and trading, to developing technologies which offer new abilities, each player chooses their own path to victory. A changing board, a set of different technologies every time you play, and a vast array of available strategies await!

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Weight1.806 kg
  • Zatu Review Summary
  • Zatu Score

    70%

    Rating

    • Artwork
    • Complexity
    • Replayability
    • Player Interaction
    • Component Quality

    You might like

    • The dice game fad in general.
    • The solo and two-player games - there were the best I played.
    • Multiple ways to progress in the game depending on the dice you pick.

    Might not like

    • Aesthetically, it's pretty bad.
    • Nothing new within the genre.
    • Playing with those prone to analysis paralysis.