Silk Road Adventures EN-FR-DE-ES-IT
Create trade routes connecting two cities of the Silk Road.
Do so, by lining up tiles containing images of roads on top of the board while using a rough map for hints.
After creating trade routes, you must compare them with more precise maps.
If there are specialty goods on the routes you create, you can collect points.
However, there are certain goods which can deduct points as well, so you must be careful when constructing routes.
In addition, you only have two minutes to create the routes.
1, Place the market board, trade cards, answer keys, specialty good tiles, bonus tiles, and hourglass around it.
Place the cards face down, shuffle them, and stack them in a pile.
2, Each player gets one playboard and seven of each of the three types of route tiles along with three markers of the same color.
One of these markers will be used for displaying the score and shall be placed in the place where the '0' is located on the upper left of the market board.
3,Separate specialty good maps by round, shuffle each of them, and hand out one at a time face down. It would likely
be easier to play by stacking them from the bottom: 4,3,2, then 1.
End of the game
Once all steps until step five have finished, all the trade car ds, specialty good maps, and answer keys ar e put in the box, and all of the bonus titles and markers on the playboard are removed and put aside. Any bonus r oute tiles are also put back in the box. In addition, you r eturn to the first step and the next r ound begins. After four rounds have been completed, the game ends. At that point, the player with the highest number of points is declar ed the winner. If scores are tied, the player with the highest score it the winner. If the scor es are still tied, the game ends in a draw.
- Osami Okano
- Kamibayashi (カミバヤシ)
- PLAYERS COUNT
- FROM AGE
- DURATION IN MINUTES
- 30-45 min.
- Mundi Games Europe GmbH
- Silk Road Adventures
- SIZE OF THE GAME BOX
- 70 x 250 x 250 mm
- Production Country