Rating: 6.2 Fair
Popularity:7
Difficulty:Easy
Year:2018
Players: 1-4 players
Playing time: 60-187 minutes
Age:12+

Official Site: Reykholt - Renegade Game Studios


Created by: Uwe Rosenberg, Klemens Franz, Lukas Siegmon

Published by: Frosted Games, Arclight, Arrakis Games

Description:

Growing tomatoes, lettuce, or carrots on Iceland? What an absurd idea!

But still, whoever had that idea was a genius! Geothermal energy on the island allows you to cultivate the most unexpected fruits and vegetables - an oddity that no tourist would want to miss.

You are not the only farmer in Reykholt who is looking to make a fortune out of this, however, so you better be quick! The tourist season in Reykholt is short, and there are more people coming every year.

Making use of the right people and having the right vegetables at the right time in Reykholt will give you the advantage you need to win the race!

Prices:
Retail Price:$0
Expansions:
Reykholt: Brettspiel-Tischdecke Promokarte
Reykholt: Die Anschubfinanzierung
Reykholt: Schuppen Promokarte

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In Iceland, you can climb volcanoes, marvel at the aurora borealis, count sheep, and eat delicious tomatoes. Thanks to geothermal energy, Iceland is a vegetable paradise!

Players take on the roles of vegetable farmers to build a livelihood in beautiful Iceland. But, with all the tourism around the natural wonders, competition to have the best vegetables is fierce!

Component

  • 1 Game Board
  • 1 Covering Tile
  • 4 Managers
  • 12 Worker Discs
  • 5 Goods Boxes
  • 1 Sheet of Stickers
  • 1 Start Player Card
  • 4 Player Cards
  • 23 Greenhouse Cards
  • 8 Game Round Tiles
  • 160 Wooden Goods
  • 36 Service Cards
  • 34 Story Mode Cards
  • Instructions

Setup

  1. To set up the game area, place the game board in the middle of the table. Use the side that matches your player count. In a 2-player game, place the covering tile face down above the game board. …



Action Spaces: General Clarifications

  • All actions are performed immediately after choosing them.

  • The arrow icon () on action spaces means that you have to discard the thing in front of the arrow in order to get or do the thing after the arrow.

  • The word "OR" on action spaces denotes exclusivity. You have to do this -OR- that, but not both. If actions are described in any other way, there is no order in which you must perform them; you can choose the order. …



Note: The solo game follows the rules for a 2-player game, but with the following changes.

Setup

Place 1/2/2/1 greenhouses of sizes 3/4/5/6, respectively. The pile of random greenhouses is unchanged.

Choose 2 colors and take the workers of both of those colors. Take 1 manager (of either color) to use.

On each of the flag action spaces in the Property column, place an unused worker. These 2 action spaces are blocked for the entire game. The workers that are blocking these spaces cannot be removed whatsoever. …



Welcome to Iceland! You decided to leave your old life behind - to "drop out", as they say. Say goodbye to big-city noise pollution, a hectic life, and the "always on" mentality.

Life as a vegetable farmer in Reykholt sounds perfectly idyllic and relaxing - at least, until you meet Enya Goransdottir.

Enya is responsible for the tourism of this quaint town, and she is your contact person in Reykholt. She is nice enough to give you some important advice right off the bat: …



Supply - The general supply of goods is unlimited. If the goods of a given type run out, use the goods tiles as a stand-in. (Each goods tile = 3 goods).

Stock - Your personal stock is all of the goods that you have taken or harvested. You can only pay costs with goods from your stock.

Seed - Each greenhouse is made up of several parcels. To seed, take 1 good from your stock and place it in a parcel of an empty greenhouse that you have. …




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