The game is quick and easy to learn. Children can play it before candy land or go fish. There are quite a few directions that need to be read.
Hungry bins is a combination of the game memory and adds sorting skills. Get the brain working and teach sorting and recycling.
The best part is there is no plastic pieces or batteries required, it is kid-powered.
Imperial settlers takes the best of the 51st state series and streamlines it for the better. The re-theme makes the game go much smoother, and the art is fantastic. My fiance loves the designer's other game, 51th state, but i find it a little too dens... Read More
Each faction has it's own deck of civ buildings. There is a civ deck you will draw from (unique to your civ) and a public deck that you can use. This means you need different strategies to play different civs.
Game has a multiplier for limited resources but it is not as good as a real fleshy pink meeple. This streamlined version keeps the same mechanics at its heart but make the strategy and play more accessible for me.
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