Town Builder Coevorden
Town Builder: Coevorden is loosely based on the Dutch city of Coevorden in the 1600s although it’s not meant to be a Dutch themed game. The city’s most distinct trait is the double moated star fortification surrounding the city.
Thematically the game is a town building contest where players compete to build the most beautiful district. There is a panel of judges and awards players compete for in addition to scoring points for completed buildings.
Mechanically you draft cards from a central card row into your tableau. Cards can be taken as foundations (which become buildings) or as a resource. It’s about 15 minutes per player and plays 2-4 and also has a solitaire variant.
Town Builder: Coevorden is a game where players take part in a town building contest to build the most beautiful district. There is a panel of judges and awards players compete for in addition to scoring points for completed buildings.
In Town Builder: Coevorden, players will draft multi-use cards from a center row of cards to build their own tableaus. Each town card can be used in 3 ways; as a foundation, as a resource and as a completed building with unique abilities. The players can aim for Awards or the favour of the Judges to gain extra points. The game ends when the players have played through the entire deck of cards a certain number of times based on the number of players. At the end of the game, the player with the most victory points is the winner!