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Agricola : the 17th century : not an easy period for a farmer! /
Uwe Rosenberg.
[Revised edition]
Skokie, IL : Mayfair Games, [2016]
1 game (1 game board, 4 farmyard boards, 1 supply board, 2 game board extensions, 2 variant tiles, 1 "side job" action space tile, 73 wood room/field tiles, 16 clay/stone rooms, 36 x "1 food", 8 x "5 food", 3 suggestion markers, 10 good tiles, 120 cards, 1 scoring pad, 1 rule book, 1 appendix, 269 wooden components) : cardboard and wood, color ; in box 32 x 22 x 7 cm.
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Skokie, IL : Mayfair Games, [2016]
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credits note
Game design, Uwe Rosenberg ; illustrations and graphic design, Klemens Franz.
general note
"Agricola is Latin for farmer"--Container back.
"The Agricola base game is a revised edition of Uwe Rosenberg’s celebrated classic. The game is designed for 1-4 players, features improved all-wood components and a card selection from the base game as well as its expansions, revised and updated for this edition"--Publisher's website.
One to four players.
Only the tokens for family members (5), stables (4), and fences (15), in each of five colors, are limited. If other game components run out during a game, substitutes can be improvised by the players.
Originally designed Dec. 2005-Feb. 2006; updated several times.
Reverse sides of game boards provide examples or partial summaries of the rules of the game; one reverse side is used in the Family mode of play; another is a chart to help determine scores at the end of the game. Cards are in 3 decks, marked E, I or K on the printed side of the card, plus green Action cards, blue Round cards, gray Begging cards and Summary cards.
Title from container.
An agricultural development game. Players take various actions to develop their farms and improve their quality of life in 17th century Europe. Each game consists of 6 stages, which are divided into 14 rounds.
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target audience
Ages 12+.

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