Digital Ports of Board Games

Most info has been pulled from Board Game Geek.

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  • Catan is a game in which players take turns gathering resources based on tiles that boarder cities they own. The resources can then be used to construct roads, build more towns/cities and purchase ability cards. The first player to reach 10 victory points wins.

    Category: Civilization, Negotiation

    Mechanism's: Dice Rolling, Hand Management, Route/Network Building, Trading

    Number of players: 3-4

    Average Playtime: 60 − 120 minutes

  • Ticket to Ride puts players in charge of their own fleet of trains to deploy across North America in an effort to complete routes and earn points based on the number of trains in a row. On each turn a players take one of the following actions: Draw color coded train cards, play train cards to deploy trains or draw new route cards that grant (or force the player to loose) the player extra points at the end of the game.

    Category: Trains, Travel

    Mechanism's: Card Drafting, Hand Management, Route/Network Building

    Number of players: 2-5

    Average Playtime: 30 − 60 minutes

  • Carcassone lets players draw and place a tile each turn and then choose to place one of their meeples (character tokens) on the tile to gain Victory Points. Each tile features various landscapes on it including roads, cities, cloisters, fields or some combination of them.

    Category: Medieval, Territory Building

    Mechanism's: Area Control / Area Influence, Tile Placement

    Number of players: 2-5

    Average Playtime: 30 − 45 minutes