Through the Ages: A New Story of Civilization

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Product Description

Through the Ages: A New Story of Civilization is a sophisticated card drafting, resource management, board and card game for 2-4 players who develop competing civilisations over three ages.

Through the Ages: A New Story of Civilization is the new edition of Through the Ages: A Story of Civilization.

You begin with a small tribe and the will to build a great civilization. Expand your farms and mines to gain the resources to build your cities. This lays the groundwork for technological advancements, better governments, and great wonders. Choose wise leaders whose legacy will lead your people to greatness. Strengthen your army to protect your borders and to expand your territory. And shape history with your political skill.
A strong economy, advanced technology, happy citizens, enlightened government, a strong military – your civilization needs to do well in many areas. You may excel in some, but you should not fall behind in others. Adjust your strategy to the opportunities the game offers. Your rivals will seek advantages through wars and politics, so keep your defenses up. But don’t neglect the finer things in life, because the civilization with the most influential culture wins.

Designer:  Vlaada Chvátil
Publisher:  Czech Games Edition
Player numbers:   2-4 players
Recommended Age:  14+
Game Time:  180-240 mins

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Product Contents:

1 Card Row
1 Culture Board
1 Science Board
1 Military Board
1 Current Age Board
4 Player Boards
179 Civil Cards
150 Military Cards
250 Plastic Cubes in 4 Colors
28 Wooden Tokens in 4 Colors
1 Sticker Sheet
4 Quick Reference Sheets
1 Rulebook
1 Guidebook

Card sleeve information if you wish to sleeve the cards in this product:

329 cards at 50 x 73mm. Unfortunately we do not currently stock card sleeves that are suitable for this game.

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