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Inca Empire: The Card Game

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Become one of the regional leaders in Inca Empire: The Card Game! Expand the empire by expanding your road network, build cities to house your people, and build temples to please the gods.
  • English
  • from 13 years
  • 1 to 2h
  • 2 to 5 player(s)

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  • Global rate
    4.4/5*
    *Weighted average calculated according to the general average of the store
  • Bloggers (1)
    4/5

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Build roads, cities and temples to become the best leader.

In the game, players play the role of an "Apu" (a regional leader) and build towns and Colcas (warehouses that hold fish, corn and potatoes) between towns.

All of these cities are connected by a road network that players build from the capital city, Cusco. Improvements to the regions are for the benefit of the empire.

Players also store resources in huts, create terraces to increase their power in the next few turns, make trade deals with other players, build temples, and use extra manpower cards to perform special actions.

In the end, "Sapa" (the only one) will favor only the leader who scores the highest score in all four eras of the empire.
Theme(s) Antiquity
Language(s) English
Mechanism(s) DraftCards
Author(s) Alan D. Ernstein
Artist Maura Elko
Note globale 4.4
Editor DPH Games

This game is recommended by 1 of our Bloggers

The Bloggers have given a rate of 4/5 on this product
4/5
  • This game was played and recommanded by Vin d'Jeu, here its opinion:

    4/5

    J’ai trouvé dommage que le matériel et les illustrations soient si austères car, l’air de rien, ils donnent moins envie d’y jouer. D’autant plus que le reste du jeu est sympa. La phase de draft est très intéressante et les choix d’action vont vous mener à certains sacrifices. Evidemment la pioche des cartes a son rôle à jouer et il vous arrivera de pester contre le hasard si certaines cartes liées à vos objectifs ne sortent pas. Le système de cartes objectif est bien fait car il vous encourage à suivre certaines stratégies. Elles restent néanmoins assez basiques et reviennent toujours à un système de collection où plus vous aurez de x, plus vous gagnerez de points. Les cartes événement aux effets multiples et les cartes accords commerciaux vous pimenter vos parties en apportant ce qu’il faut de variété, d’interaction et de surprises.

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