What is green, starts with an F and presents two new products for SPIEL 2022? 2F games. Friedemann Friese's Bremen publishing house will present two new products at the SPIEL in Essen. The theme of one of the games even stays in the Hanseatic city.
2F-Spiele are bringing two new products to SPIEL. Not much is known about either of them. The novelty, set in Bremen, has a slightly longer description, but the cover is not yet known. As for the other novelty, the cover is already known. Here, however, the information available so far is even more sparse.
Findorff - An economic engineering builder in Bremen
Findorff is one of 23 districts in Friedemann Friese's hometown of Bremen. As the name of the game suggests, the aim is to build up the district in the period from 1803 to 1916. In the first half of the game, peat is of great importance to heat homes and power industries. Over time, it loses importance in favor of coal.
Findorff is described as an economic engine builder. There is a market for resources on how to get it out spark knows. Additionally, resource management is an element relevant to building railroad routes and houses in Findorff. The main part of the game is 25 cards, which represent the basic structure of Findroff. Upgrading these structures before the two main railway routes are completed is the task of the players.
You start with different sets of structure cards in hand and on the market. There are pre-made sets for beginners or drafted sets for advanced users. All structures have different costs and benefits. In the end, however, all cards bring the same number of victory points.
The game is suitable for 2-5 people aged 12 and over. The playing time should be between 55 and 75 minutes.
Pheasantry - Collect the most beautiful birds
On behalf of the baroness, the players must collect noble pheasants for the pheasantry. The players move along a path using a simple but mentally demanding mechanism. Along the way, players collect valuable cards while trying to avoid bad cards. Whoever can assemble the most valuable collection of birds will win the game. Six of the twelve card types are always used in a game. There are a total of 924 possible combinations.
The 2-person game Pheasantry can be played with up to six people when there are other games to have enough of all game materials. The playing time is between 15 and 30 minutes. The game is recommended for ages 8 and up.
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