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Te Kuiti

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Original price £12.99
Original price £12.99 - Original price £12.99
Original price £12.99
Current price £10.99
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Current price £10.99

Product Details

  • Players: 1-2
  • Playing Time: 20 minutes
  • Age: 6+
  • Mechanisms: Area Control/ Area Influence, Memory
  • Designer: William Baldwin, Jim Harmon
  • Contents: 25 Tiles, 50 Wood fences, 1 Rulebook

Description

Te Kuiti is a simple game of memory and area control, with each player taking on one of two asymmetric roles. The "sheep" player tries to match two sheep (memory), while the "shepherd" player strategically builds fences to wrangle the stragglers (area control). A fortunate shepherd may find old posts that can be made into quick fences, but an unfortunate shepherd may find a fence ruined by a strong-willed ram. Players score points based on which sheep they find hiding and the number of stragglers they best corral.

After the first game, players swap roles and play a second game. The player who scores the most total points from both games wins!

 

 

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a bit finnicky but they look great on the base

You have to be gentle with them, the "flower" parts tend to clump together when removing from the paper but if you mix them in with other tufts from this range they look superb

Digibrilliant!

This game is different enough from the big three card games (Magic, Pokemon & Yu-Gi-Oh!) to be exciting to play even for a jaded old man like me. The art and lore are a wonderful nostalgia hit for those of is that grew up with the Saturday morning cartoon too. Great game, would highly recommend giving it a go :)

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Fast delivery, great item! 5 stars

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Kill Team: Octarius

This your dice? Preetty dice!

Bought for 10 yr old daughter as she gets into D&D, my opinions are obviously irrelevant. She ADORES them. Rolls a lot of 20s. Major Dad win.
Thanks Athena for your patience and enthusiasm as both my children ummed and ahhed over their choices, really lovely supportive experience for them. My son later said 'Why can't all shops be like that?' And there you have it.