Tigris & Euphrates

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Create a dynasty at the dawn of human civilization in Tigris & Euphrates, Reiner Knizia’s award-winning tile placement game. Two to four players lead neighboring civilizations in ancient Mesopotamia. As they build, they must compete for land while striving to balance commerce, agriculture, housing, and religion.This new edition maintains the game’s original mechanic…
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  • Conflict is brutal.
  • Highly interactive.
  • Tense and challenging gameplay.

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  • Abstract design can feel dry.
  • Conflict is brutal.
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Create a dynasty at the dawn of human civilization in Tigris & Euphrates, Reiner Knizia’s award-winning tile placement game. Two to four players lead neighboring civilizations in ancient Mesopotamia. As they build, they must compete for land while striving to balance commerce, agriculture, housing, and religion.This new edition maintains the game’s original mechanics while giving it an updated look based on the art of ancient Sumer and Babylon. A double-sided game board and all components needed for the basic game and advanced variations are included.

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Weight1.6 kg
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    Rating

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

    You might like

    • Conflict is brutal.
    • Highly interactive.
    • Tense and challenging gameplay.

    Might not like

    • Abstract design can feel dry.
    • Conflict is brutal.