|Number of Game Players||2-5|
|Release date||20 August 2019|
|Mfg Recommended age||13 year and up|
|Item Model Number||RGG569|
|Product Dimensions||31.75 x 22.86 x 7.62 cm; 1.06 Grams|
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Puerto Rico Deluxe
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- For 2-5 players. Ages 13+. 90-150 minute playing time
- A new, deluxe edition of the classic game, Puerto Rico!
- Includes: Puerto Rico base game, new buildings expansion, nobles expansion
- Dual-sided buildings with alternate artwork
- New cover and art
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A new, deluxe edition of the classic game, Puerto Rico! A fresh new look for this top-selling title! Deluxe version includes: Puerto Rico base game, new buildings expansion, nobles expansion, new cover and art, dual-sided buildings with alternate artwork
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A new, deluxe edition of the classic game, Puerto Rico!
A fresh new look for this top-selling title! Deluxe version includes: Puerto Rico base game, new buildings expansion, nobles expansion, new cover and art, dual-sided buildings with alternate artwork
- 2-5 players
- Ages 13+
- 90-150 minute playing time
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The main virtue of the game for me is the lack of luck, most games are won by the best player.
Second major plus point it the relatable goals, harvest some crops and sell them for profit or glory (victory points), the profits can be used to construct buildings that make more goods or increase efficiency or provide bonuses. All whilst needing to recruit more 'colonists' to work for you, then balance what order to do those things versus the other players. Sometimes you can be stuck in a board game with what to do next or try and achieve because the game is too abstract
It can be a little punishing for new players so those that know the rules need to give a large helping hand first time out but once you have the rules down the games can be quick and exciting
So I wouldn't recommend it to players new to board games but if you have tried a few and want something more in depth this should be your next step
I own about one hundred boardgames (I'm a bit of a boardgame anorak) and this is probably my favourite one.
I can see that it might feel a little complicated for someone who doesn't play many boardgames when you first start but the game mechanics are actually very simple and if MY wife and dad can pick it up quickly then I know that many other non-game playing people can too.
The game is a little like Agricola, in that it involves developing an area (a farm in Agricola, a town in Puerto Rico). The twist in Puerto Rico is that everybody has the opportunity to do the chosen action each turn whereas in Agricola (and other similar games) each player must take a different action each turn.
My only complaint, though this is treated as an advantage by experienced players apparently, is that it's hard to judge how many more turns there are as the game nears the end - all of the sudden the last victory point token or the last colonist token is taken and the games comes to an abrupt end. I'm sure we'll get used to it eventually.
Overall a good buy, well made pieces and boards, clear rules and many evenings passed enjoyably!
If you've played Settlers of Catan and loved it, there's quite a high chance you will love this game too - I'd say, think of it as Catan's more evil, scheming sibling.
A quick tip for those who do end up buying but were too lazy to read the rules book, remember that Youtube can be a good friend ;) My advice is to be a little more patient at first but your hard work soldiering through the rules and gameplay will will be rewarded!
There is only a very minor element of random chance to the game, and even that is mitigated by being allowed to choose from a selection of random drawn items. The game never feels like you've been dealt a bad hand, all failure is down to your own choices, or the better choices of your opponents. Great game.