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Asmodee TRF03 - Juego de estrategia "A Few Acres of Snow"

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  • 2nd Edition
  • Age range: 12 and up / Number of players: 2 / Play time: 60
  • Manufacturer: Treefrog Games
  • 1 Mapboard, 110 Cards, 15 Gold Coin, 15 Silver Coin, 2 Player Aid Cards, 73 wood pieces, 1 Rulebook

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Peso del producto1,5 Kg
Dimensiones del producto29,5 x 23,8 x 8 cm
Edad mínima recomendada (por el fabricante)12 años y más
Número de modeloTRG4003
Número de jugadores 2
Número de piezas 1
Montaje necesarioNo
Necesita bateríasNo
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Producto en Amazon.es desde12 de octubre de 2011
  
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Asmodee TRF03 - Juego de estrategia "A Few Acres of Snow"

- 2nd Edition
- Age range: 12 and up / Number of players: 2 / Play time: 60
- Manufacturer: Treefrog Games
- 1 Mapboard, 110 Cards, 15 Gold Coin, 15 Silver Coin, 2 Player Aid Cards, 73 wood pieces, 1 Rulebook


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Amazon.com: 3.8 de un máximo de 5 estrellas 21 opiniones
19 de 19 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Great game. Buy it! 21 de julio de 2012
Por Christopher - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This is an excellent board game for 2 players. The game centers around the expansion and military struggles of French Canada and pre-Revolution America. The game uses a deck-building mechanic made popular by Dominion - small starter decks are added to by gaining territory or buying cards. The game is masterfully done - everything is subtly and well-put together, resulting in an incredibly enjoyable experience.

The depth is medium. It is not so deep that you'll have to play for months to get a really good understanding, but it's not 'oh this is how you win pretty much so I'll just do that'. The options are many but not overwhelming - you can attack through the ocean, through New York, or you can raid through New England / Ohio. You can play offensively or defensively, you have to manage economy, military, raiding, and transportation efforts, and you have a wide range of cards and abilities to choose from.

It's a good game - every time I play it with my girlfriend I end up wanting to strangle her because of how exciting and suspenseful the game is.

Bottom Line: Buy it. It's great. I don't care if you're a wargamer, board game geek, family game night player, whatever. The only reason not to buy this is if you never really play 1 on 1 games and only play group games.
3 de 3 personas piensan que la opinión es útil
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas WOW. just... wow. 19 de enero de 2013
Por Jonathan Glover - Publicado en Amazon.com
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this game rocks. it is a deckbuilding game (think: dominion, race for the galaxy, thunderstone, nightfall...), but also a strategy boardgame (think: axis and allies, catan sort of...). what i like about the game is that there are so many options, and so many different strategies available. also, in many deckbuilding games the first few turns are spent "building..." this game starts with a bang and you don't feel like you have to waste several turns just doing tedious stuff. another complaint i have with many deckbuilding games is they feel too much like a "solitaire race" with very little actual inter-player interaction. not so with this game! pay attention to what the other person is doing!

the game is also asymmetric, which is really fascinating to me. i played as the brits a few times, then the french. really different feel. having read a little of the french-indian war, i thought this emulated a bit of the history, too.

i really wish this game were more popular and easy to purchase - it seems like i overpaid for the game because of a scarcity of copies out there... it was well worth it though, and i'm very happy to say i own the game now.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas not a "beer and pretzels" game, more "brandy and cigars" 3 de marzo de 2014
Por Marshall A. Lambie - Publicado en Amazon.com
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I had seen this reviewed on SUSD and knew I just had to play it.

The game design is a strategy/deck building hybrid and works quite nicely within the theme. You add cards to your deck which you slowly cycle through and gets bigger and bigger as you acquire more soldiers, territories, native allies, etc... which in turn makes managing your deck and getting it to do what you want more and more difficult, which (one can only assume) must accurately represent the logistical nightmare of what it would have been like to wage war in North America at the time.

The game has multiple ways to win and you will need to be vigilant to see what your opponent is trying to do to win and work to counter their efforts while advancing your own. It seems to take a little more time than the recommended amount, our last game went for almost 120 minutes.

I would recommend watching a tutorial video on youtube on how to play as a cursory read through of the directions will not suffice to get started. Not that it's overly complex, just that it will save much rules-looking-up and answer a lot of questions.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A game of strategy like no other we've played 4 de marzo de 2016
Por New Yorker - Publicado en Amazon.com
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A game of strategy like no other we've played. It's challenging. I lost both times I've played but I'm determined to win next time! We love the historical context - the French, British, and indigenous "sides" and how trade, economics, and geography play such a large part to battles and their outcomes.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Wonderful game for two players 14 de diciembre de 2012
Por Daniel - Publicado en Amazon.com
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This game uses the deck building engine from Dominion but incorporates a much better theme (The French-Canadian War). For two players only, A Few Acres of Snow forces players to carefully consider how they will expand their territory in order to decisively defeat their opponent. What is of particular note is the fact that as players play the game, they will be sieged or siege other players, and as is historically accurate, sieges drain resources. So military might cards that are used to win the siege are removed from a player's available deck until the siege ends, which makes winning sieges both difficult and that much more satisfying.

The game takes roughly two hours and provides players with a variety of strategies to pursue and a delicious cornucopia of actions on each turn. Furthermore, it forces players to partake in a devious system of risk and reward. Do I fortify Boston or do I strike against the French in Port Royal? If I strike, my resources will be tied there, which leaves Boston vulnerable to a native American raid, which could cause me to lose the game...challenging decisions.

Frankly, one of the reasons I love this game is that it is optimized for two players. My wife and I enjoy playing board games together, but most board games that allow for two players only do so with caveats and rule adjustments which essentially ruin the gameplay.

Seriously, go for it. A Few Acres of Snow is worth it.