Mint Works

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Mint Works is a light and straightforward worker placement game. Its compact size makes it easy to put in your pocket and take it anywhere. Its simple rules make it easy to introduce new players to the genre of worker placement. During the game, each player will have a limited amount of Mint Tokens which represent their workers. Players will use these mint tokens to earn more tokens, take first player or buy and build plans. Plans are how players earn points. Some plans will give only points, others will give extra powers to the owner. Once any player has at least 7 points earned (or if there are not enough plans to refill the stock) the end of the game is triggered. The game will then be over at the end of the current round. Whoever has the most points provided by plans they have built wins!

Designer: Justin Blaske
Publisher: Five24 Labs
Player numbers: 1-4 Players
Recommended Age: 13+
Game Time: 10-20 minutes

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1 review for Mint Works

  1. Kyle

    Mint Works is a solid 15-minute worker placement game that is a great, quick filler with meaningful decisions, and an excellent way to introduce people to worker placement games as it has very little rules overhead.

    Bang for buck and convenience of portability, this game is hard to top; but if you’re looking for a mind-blowing, innovative worker placement game you may want to give this a miss as this is worker placement game distilled down to its purest and simplest form. If you’re after something meatier that is still fairly quick and small, check out something like Demon Worker or some of the entries in the in the Tiny Epic series.

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