Cinque Terre game review

Cinque Terre game review

This is a really fun game. Understandably, it took a while to set up, but the gameplay went really smoothly for the most part.

The premise is fairly simple, you act as farmer to provide nearby villages with produce and in exchange, you get Lire.

Gameplay is a cinch when you get used to playing the first time. There is a really well designed board and game pieces.

The only complaint that I have about the game is that the rules are not completely clear as to what happens when you sell a certain amount of produce to any one city.

Also, while not detrimental to the game experience, it would be nice to have some sort of player interaction other than helping eachother stategize. As it stands now, there is no trading or lowballing the other players.

It can truly be a family game and takes about 20 minutes to set up and is really easy to learn how to play on the fly. There is a lot of thinking that is involved, but not so much that children 13+ can’t appreciate it.

I recommend it highly.