Reiner Knizia Tigris&Euphrates

Reiner Knizia Tigris&Euphrates


Tigris & Euphrates is set in the ancient fertile crescent with players building civilizations through tile placement.

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

In fertile Mesopotamia between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, lies the cradle of civilization.

Your goal is to develop all 4 of the key spheres of civilization: Settlements, Temples, Farms, and Markets. To do this, you will position your leaders, create and extend kingdoms, build monuments, and resolve conflicts. Tension arises when kingdoms connect and leaders clash on the board, with only one leader of each type surviving. You will thus aquire victory points in each of the four spheres. The winner is the player who develops their civilization in the most balanced way, without revealing a sphere of weakness.

With no setup time required, no pieces to lose, and no arguments about the rules, the future of board games is here and Tigris & Euphrates gives you exactly what you want -- to play!

How to play:

During their turn, the active player may carry out up to two of the following actions, in any order:

- Position (place, move or remove) a leader.
- Place a tile and earn a victory point.
- Place a catastrophe tile.
- Swap up to 6 tiles

The active player may choose two different actions, or the same action twice.

Features
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No set up required
Support for 3 modes of play: solo, "pass and play," and "hotseat" (around the table) play
Stunning HD graphics
In-game hints make it easy to learn the game


About
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Dr. Reiner Knizia is one of the world's most prolific and best-known board game designers, and this version of one of his top titles has been fully approved and endorsed by him.

Sage Board Games is an independent software developer, focusing on bringing award-winning and classic board games to mobile devices. With a veritable "who's who" of Euro games already licensed, Sage Board Games is poised to become the premiere source of Android board games.

Visit us: sageboardgames.com
Like us: facebook.com/sageboardgames
Follow us: twitter.com/sageboardgames

Please send us your feedback and requests, and rate the game once you've bought it.
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About Reiner Knizia Tigris&Euphrates
Tigris & Euphrates is set in the ancient fertile crescent with players building civilizations through tile placement.

★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★★

In fertile Mesopotamia between the Tigris and Euphrates rivers, lies the cradle of civilization.

Your goal is to develop all 4 of the key spheres of civilization: Settlements, Temples, Farms, and Markets. To do this, you will position your leaders, create and extend kingdoms, build monuments, and resolve conflicts. Tension arises when kingdoms connect and leaders clash on the board, with only one leader of each type surviving. You will thus aquire victory points in each of the four spheres. The winner is the player who develops their civilization in the most balanced way, without revealing a sphere of weakness.

With no setup time required, no pieces to lose, and no arguments about the rules, the future of board games is here and Tigris & Euphrates gives you exactly what you want -- to play!

How to play:

During their turn, the active player may carry out up to two of the following actions, in any order:

- Position (place, move or remove) a leader.
- Place a tile and earn a victory point.
- Place a catastrophe tile.
- Swap up to 6 tiles

The active player may choose two different actions, or the same action twice.

Features
========
No set up required
Support for 3 modes of play: solo, "pass and play," and "hotseat" (around the table) play
Stunning HD graphics
In-game hints make it easy to learn the game


About
=====
Dr. Reiner Knizia is one of the world's most prolific and best-known board game designers, and this version of one of his top titles has been fully approved and endorsed by him.

Sage Board Games is an independent software developer, focusing on bringing award-winning and classic board games to mobile devices. With a veritable "who's who" of Euro games already licensed, Sage Board Games is poised to become the premiere source of Android board games.

Visit us: sageboardgames.com
Like us: facebook.com/sageboardgames
Follow us: twitter.com/sageboardgames

Please send us your feedback and requests, and rate the game once you've bought it.

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A Google User
Wednesday 12:39 AM
Good Digitalization of a Great Game Well done. Very entertaining. Just wish I could play against online opponents.
A Google User
Jan 20, 2015
Great game! Been playing now for a few days and I am really happy great board games are making there way to android. More please! Just needs multi player and I will be in heaven.
A Google User
Jan 19, 2015
Classic Masterpiece This board game is a classic, and I've had many hours of pleasure with friends enjoying the physical version. This brings that experience to your pocket, and although the app doesn't have all of the social aspects of sitting around a table, it does replicate the intricate strategy and refined game play of Reiner's masterpiece. Highly recommended.
A Google User
Jan 1, 2015
Great game. Not sure there's much of a difference between the levels of AI difficulty, but otherwise love the game.
A Google User
Dec 23, 2014
Love it It's good to see boardgames apps come to android