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Ravensburger Seeland Game
- A fun game where you are a wealthy Dutch merchant from the 17th century
- Purchase plans, erect mills and irrigate fields for crops to yield a harvest
- The player who earns the mos tiles from harvest is the winner
- A fun and challenging game for ages 9 and up
- For 2 - 4 players
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Seeland during the golden age: Players assume the role of wealthy Dutch merchants from the 17th century who are part of a courageous project. By means of splendid mills they want to drain large diked areas in order to cultivate cabbage, rapeseed and tulips so as to increase the wealth od Seeland (and its merchants). For this purpose, players purchase contruction plans for mills on Seeland's market and then erect them on the landscape (mill tiles). Or they buy seeds and create field around the mills (landscape tiles). As soon as a mill is completely surrounded, players proceed to the harvest, and the yield is credited to the mill's owner. At the end of the game, the player with the most points wins the game. A fun game for those who enjoy a greater challenge and would like games to last just that bit longer, and is perfect for game nights for 2 to 4 players aged 9 and up. The game is packed with excellent quality content, and the game play has layer upon layer of game play to entertain players over and over again.
1 x Game Board (in six pieces)
28 x Mill Contruction Tiles
30 x Landscape Tiles
30 x Island Tiles
16 x Mill cards
4 x scoring markers
12 x Stuivers
4 x Point Tiles
1 x Guild Master
5 Guilder Coins
4 x Playes Merchants
8 x Record Markers and 7 x Governers
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The game has a very clever rondel 'market' area for claiming building rights for windmills & buying seeds for crops. Crops are in the form of tiles placed around your windmills on the board where you score points for a full variety around it. There is good player interaction: players can scupper each other's plans by adjoining another's plantation and by limiting their movement on the rondel.
A rather underrated 'gateway' game that I wholly recommend.
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I definitely recommend checking out some of the youtube videos on how-to-play if you're on the fence.