Medina Board Game
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I really enjoyed this book. It captures the essential challenge people face as they try make sense of their lives and grow to adulthood.

Medina Board Game

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  • Product SKU: C-50167479
  • Category: Games
$129.00
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The year is 1822. After years of decay, it is time to rebuild the medina, located at the foot of the Atlas Mountains. As an engineer of the city, you work to erect large, beautiful palaces, and to renovate the damaged city wall. As the reconstruction of the old city progresses, the inhabitants flock through the alleys, and the contours of the new city gradually reappear! In Medina, players take turns placing pieces on the board, either adding to an existing building or starting a new building. Players will score points by claiming one building of each of the four colors, by owning the largest buildings, and by getting bonuses for most recently connecting walls to buildings. Medina is a reprint of a highly-sought after game originally published by Rio Grande Games in 2001. This latest edition features a double-sided game board (enabling two-player games), almost 200 detailed wooden pieces, and components never before published for this game!

The year is 1822. After years of decay, it is time to rebuild the medina, located at the foot of the Atlas Mountains. As an engineer of the city, you work to erect large, beautiful palaces, and to renovate the damaged city wall. As the reconstruction of the old city progresses, the inhabitants flock through the alleys, and the contours of the new city gradually reappear! In Medina, players take turns placing pieces on the board, either adding to an existing building or starting a new building. Players will score points by claiming one building of each of the four colors, by owning the largest buildings, and by getting bonuses for most recently connecting walls to buildings. Medina is a reprint of a highly-sought after game originally published by Rio Grande Games in 2001. This latest edition features a double-sided game board (enabling two-player games), almost 200 detailed wooden pieces, and components never before published for this game!