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Terramara is the name of the villages founded around 1500 B.C., mid- to late Bronze Age, in Northern Italy.

  • French, English, Dutch, ...
  • From 12 years old
  • 1 to 2h
  • 2 to 4 player(s)

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Terramara is the name of the villages founded around 1500 B.C., mid- to late Bronze Age, in Northern Italy. People lived, travelled, and traded between the Alps mountain range and the river Po. The main occupations of the Terramara people were hunting, farming and metallurgy, casting bronze tools like axe heads in stone molds. The houses in the villages were built on piles, meaning each house is built above the ground, supported by wooden stakes.

In Terramara, you play as the chief of a clan living in one of these villages. Your goal is to develop your clan, exploring lands farther away to trade with other villages, and reach sacred places. You improve your battle strength and discover new technologies to create useful artefacts. The player who develops the best clan by gaining more development points becomes leader of all of Terramara and wins the game!

Theme(s) Antiquity
Language(s) FrenchEnglishDutchGerman
Mechanism(s) Workers
Author(s) Acchittocca, Flaminia Brasini, Virginio Gigli, Stefano Luperto, Antonio Tinto
Artist Michael Menzel
Note globale 4.6
Editor Quined Games


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  • This game was played and recommanded by Vin d'Jeu, here its opinion:


    Le jeu se veut « language independent » ce qui veut dire que les cartes sont bourrées d’icônes pas toujours bien représentatives malgré que ce soit Michael Menzel derrière les pinceaux.  Le jeu est néanmoins très simple.  Les explications tiennent en 20 minutes ce qui se fait rare par chez nous    Et vous l’aurez compris, les possibilités sont nombreuses dans Terramara.  Non seulement vous devrez récolter des ressources pour pouvoir acheter un maximum de cartes afin de bénéficier de leurs effets et PVs, mais vous devrez également bien progresser sur les 3 pistes différentes.  Autant vous le dire tout de suite, vous ne pourrez pas tout faire !  Surtout que tout ça est agrémenter d’un système de placement d’ouvriers selon les saisons original et très restrictif rendant chaque choix cornélien et important.  Vous n’aurez que très peu le droit à l’erreur.  La bataille pour chaque endroit sera rude avec vos adversaires et les blocages nombreux.  Même s’il est basé sur la sempiternelle mécanique de récolte – transformation – vente de ressources, Terramara offre des mécaniques originales, des choix tactiques et stratégiques cornéliens, une belle variabilité, une tension et des sensations assez uniques dans les jeux de société modernes.

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