Catan Histories: The Settlers of the...
Catan Histories: The Settlers of the Stone Age (used): An exciting game of migration and development.
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Catan Histories: The Settlers of the Stone Age (used)
Man's Epic Struggle. The cradle of modern humans, called Homo sapiens by scientists, was located in Africa more than 100,000 years ago. The first branches of this family began a journey that spanned thousands of years. Eventually leading them to Australia and America. The enormous difficulties of this journey were overcome because of the Homo sapiens' unique ability to adapt to its environment. Their highly developed brains and their mastery of crafts enabled them to flourish in even the harshest conditions.
In this exciting game, you will guide the journey of one of these branches. You must strive to spread your people over the whole world. In order to expand your branch of humanity, you must develop certain talents: advances in the preparation of food will allow your people to spread faster and wider, while new hunting techniques can protect them from dangers. And your people will need warm clothes to cross the ice deserts of the north and boats to settle Australia.
Of course, all of this is possible only if you have enough raw materials: meat, hides, bones and flint.
There are many paths that you may follow to victory. But it is certain that the player that settles in the most productive lands, trades for missing raw materials with the other players most skillfully, and is able to best penetrate the lands of Australia and America, will end the game with their nose in front!Based on the award-winning The Settlers of Catan, The Settlers of the Stone Age presents players with all-new challenges unique to the great dangers and opportunities at the dawn of Mankind.
Condition: Very Good, box shows some rubbing.
|Number of Players||3 to 4|
|Playing Time||90 to 120 minutes|
|Suggested Ages||10 and up|
|Mechanics||route building, trading, dice rolling, civilization, negotiation, prehistoric, Catan|
|Illustrator||Tanja Donner and Franz Vohwinkel|