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Santorini 2nd Edition Strategy Game
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- Santorini is an accessible strategy game for ages 8+, 2-4 players
- Simple enough for an elementary school classroom while aiming to provide gameplay depth and content for hardcore gamers to explore
- The rules are simple. Each turn consists of 2 steps: move or build
- Santorini features variable player powers layered over an otherwise abstract game
- 40 thematic God and hero powers that fundamentally change the way the game is played
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First, the written instructions are a little confusing. Thankfully there are videos on YouTube to help illustrate. We had to look a few up before we could play our first round. You should play a few rounds without the god cards to get a feel for it. Then add in the god cards when it starts to get a little to easy to be enjoyable. Sometimes when we're wanting to play but are just brain-tired we'll play without the god cards then too. It's nice that you can adjust the complexity of the game. I haven't played this game with children, but it seems like a game that would have broad appeal. For reference we are 30 and 36 and we still really enjoy this game, so it's not just for families.
Game play seems to be somewhat quick, but can vary. Some of our games are done in a few minutes, some take a little longer. But they are quick enough to play a few rounds. I like games that have quicker play because you don't get too emotionally invested in the outcome and it gives you freedom to test out and hone new strategies, plus it makes the players move faster because they know it isn't the end of the world if you lose because you can always play a new round. Nothing is worse than sitting across from your opponent waiting and waiting for them to think through their move. My fiance does have a habit of that, but when he knows we're playing a few rounds and the rounds are quick it helps him make moves quicker.
Set up is easy and fast.
We're still getting a hang on the god cards and which ones work well with each other. But that's another reason that faster rounds is nice. If you pair two god cards together that don't make for a good game it's not the end of the world. Just try another pairing the next time. They can totally change the feel of the game and I love that.
We haven't tried playing with more than two people yet, but I think it would be really fun.
Overall this is now one of our favorite games for two people. Don't let the artwork fool you, it is great for adults as well.
My wife enjoys how quick it plays.
After having it a while I've been shocked how much our 7y daughter and 9y daughter enjoy playing it. With them we play without the God power cards. Daddy let's them win some times. Overall great family game too!
My youngest loves games with pieces you can touch and move so he's more engaged in the game and this definitely fits that need. The stacking building levels create a diverse landscape for players to move around in and keeps the game fresh since the board is never the same twice.
Definitely worth the current price of $20