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Quadropolis Board Game
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- Each Mayor has to find the subtle balance for a nice modern city.
- Recommended with 2-4 players
- Playing Time 30 − 60 minutes
- Suggested Ages 8 and up
- Year Published: 2016
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|Item Dimensions||30.02 x 6.98 x 30.02 cm||19.48 x 19.48 x 4.5 cm||29.84 x 7.3 x 29.84 cm||20.32 x 5.08 x 20.32 cm||7.62 x 29.21 x 29.21 cm||7.11 x 29.46 x 29.46 cm|
|Number of Players||2 to 4||2||1-4 Players||—||2 to 6||4|
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Players will have access to different strategies, depending on the buildings that are available to them. They will need to build tower blocks to provide their citizens with a place to live, parks for recreation, shops, public service but also harbors and factories to ensure enough energy production. Each Mayor has to find the subtle balance for a nice modern city.
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Will you meet the challenge and become the most prestigious Mayor in history?
After a hard day’s work, you take a break to admire your city through the large windows of your office… at this hour, most of your citizens are going back home, heading for the tall buildings that you see in front of you. Some others are still wandering in the parks and gardens with their kids, and others decided to go shopping in the new mall that you opened a few weeks ago. In the distance, near the harbour, you can see smoke rising from factories’ chimneys. Somehow, the city never sleeps… In Quadropolis you enact the role of the Mayor of a modern city. You will need to define a global strategy to build your city according to your Inhabitants’ needs and outmatch your opponents.
Send your architects to the construction site to erect buildings in your city. Each type of building allows you to score victory points.
Build high tower blocks but remember to save space for parks.
Place your shops and harbours next to your factories. Use you resources to activate your buildings and score points.
In the Box
- 1 Construction Site Board
- 4 Player Mats & 4 Helpers
- 142 Building Tiles
- 20 Architects
- 65 Inhabitants (blue meeples)
- 1 Urbanist & 1 Mayor Figure
- 50 Energy Units (red barrels)
- 1 Scoring Pad
- 1 Cloth Bag
- 1 Rule book
After four rounds, the game ends
You can move the inhabitants and energy among their tiles at any point during the game to see how to maximise your score. At game end, you then score for each of the six types of buildings — as long as you have activated the buildings with inhabitants or energy as required:
- Residential buildings score depending on their height.
- Shops score depending on how many customers they have.
- Public services score depending on the number of districts in your city that have them.
- Parks score depending on the number of residential buildings next to them.
- Harbors score based on the longest row or column of activated harbours in the city.
- Factories score based on the number of adjacent shops and harbours.
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My other half doesn't like games with long and complex rules, so this fits in really well, our first couple of games have taken about an hour, but I reckon once we get more familiar it will easily be a 30-45 minute game . .another good thing when your partner has a short attention span!
Quick to set up and you will get through a game quickly. Yet it has plenty of depth and replayability due to the mechanics of the game and how it limits where you can place buildings on certain turns. The art is gorgeous and the production value of the game pieces is superb.
Highly recommended, glad I bought it.
I could see this working well as a gateway game ; it is easy to explain, the presentation is excellent and the concept of building your city is fun and rewarding for new gamers. However multiple plays feel very familiar and with few avenues and strategies to explore it starts to feel stale. There isn't enough variety in the buildings to make the game interesting, the tile selection mechanic is neat but not enough to keep us pulling this one of the shelf.
It is on the lighter side and is more of a family weight game. I'd pitch it alongside Ticket to Ride in terms of difficulty and length but without the longevity. Ticket to Ride is a better game in my opinion, particularly with the map expansions that are available.
Sure, the components are excellent - as always with Days of Wonder - the cardboard tiles are chunky and satisfying, the plastic meeples are lovely and the box insert is well thought out and functional. It's a great production but overall is laking fun - this is one to try before forking out the heafty £38 it retails at.
There are better city building/tile placement games out there - I'd recommend Castles of Mad King Ludwig for example.
Note - Bought this from a bookshop, so no "verified purchase"
It's worth watching a quick YouTube play through to see how it plays, that's what sold me on it.
Sidenote, bought this from an independent board games shop.
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