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- For 3 to 5 players
- Improved components
- Buy and sell art
- For 3-5 players
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|Age Range Description||—||8 years to 18 years||8 years +||—|
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|EU Toys Safety Directive Age Warning||—||Not suitable for children under 3 years. For use under adult supervision||Not suitable for children under 36 months||No warning applicable|
|Item Dimensions||20.32 x 4.44 x 15.88 cm||19.48 x 19.48 x 4.5 cm||19.05 x 27.43 x 6.86 cm||6 x 16 x 22 cm|
|Number of Players||3||2||1 to 4||3 to 5|
Modern Art Game Mayfair Games Going Once... Going Twice... Sold! Buy your way to fame & fortune with Modern Art, the high stakes gallery auction game. Each player runs a gallery, choosing which pieces of art to sell from the collection, and which pieces to buy from other galleries. Bid on the right one and at the end of the round you could be rolling in the dough. Mistake a Pissaro for a Picasso and you could be out of luck and money. Perfect for the Arm Chair Art Critic as well as anyone who enjoys a fast-action, highly entertaining board game. In Modern Art, players compete to gain the most money by buying and selling paintings at auctions and reselling them for profit. All players take turns running the auctions, which come in many different styles. Whoever offers the top bid owns the painting and sells it at the end of the round. The price the painting fetches is based on the popularity of the artist and how well his paintings have sold in the past. The player with the most money at the end of four rounds of buying and selling wins. Contents: 1 board, 70 painting cards with paintings from 5 artists, 6 "Auction House" screens, 98 money coins in 6 denominations, 1 rulebook For 2 to 4 players ages 10 and up.
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The rules are are surprisingly simple once you begin to play. The components are relatively simple, with small poker chips for money, a large deck of paintings, and cardboard "screens" for players to hide their money (chips). I have played this game with 4 and 5 players (ages 10-75) and it worked well, the game lasted about an hour, and we all had a blast. I don't know about 3 players, but there is a suggestion for adding a "dummy" player in that case, so I imagine it would work ok.
If you and your family like to play games, this is a good one.