|Number of Pieces||1|
|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Release date||1 November 2017|
|Mfg Recommended age||14 - 99 years|
|Item Model Number||STM605|
|Product Dimensions||29.5 x 29.5 x 8.5 cm; 0.3 Grams|
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Stonemaier Games STM605 Scythe Metal Coins Game Pieces, Multi-Colored
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|Item dimensions L x W x H||29.5 x 29.5 x 8.5 centimetres|
|CPSIA cautionary statement||No Warning Applicable|
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- These 80 custom metal coins will enhance playing Scythe
- With over 5 different kinds and custom artwork
- These metal coins are a great addition to Scythe
- Brand: Stonemaier Games
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These 80 custom metal coins will enhance playing Scythe. With over 5 different kinds and custom artwork, these metal coins are a great addition to Scythe
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In the last 10 or so years I have gotten back into gaming, Axis and Allies Naval and Air Miniatures, X-Wing Miniatures. Also Munchkin, which my wife loves!
So what made me buy this game? Well, obviously the production is superb, Jakub Rozalski's artwork is stunning. I like the 'alternative' history style of setting for the game, and the fact it had a set of rules for solo play. It is worth looking at 'Lines42' Automa tutorial on YouTube, as well as his tutorial for the game itself.
First thing you notice is the box is hefty, full to the brim of quality components. Unwrapping all the card and unpunching all the counters takes a while. The playing Board is good quality and warp free, always a good sign.
This game at first seems very complicated, but it's not, just very involved, with a lot of aspects to the play. It takes a while to set up, even in 'Solo mode', but once you pick through the various rules it plays fairly quickly, but it does take time to remember EVERYTHING you have to resolve and be aware of, whilst playing.
I won't go into the gameplay because there are a wealth of videos online. I'm just going to say that, once you pick up the movement rules for the 'Automa' player (that is, your game driven opponent) this is a satisfying game, even though I haven't beaten it yet, and that's on the easy setting! Tactics and strategy is the key here, something I have yet to master, but this game will entertain those who only play once in a while and appreciate quality. Buy it.
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Thankfully I wasn't wrong. Scythe is an excellent game and enjoyable to play, so anyone who enjoys playing boardgames will love this. However, you need to do your research on the rules and I would recommend watching a couple of videos on YouTube that both go through the games general play and then watch how it's played in real time. That way you are clear on the rules.
I played it yesterday with my daughter (14) and we both loved it. We both had different strategies and although it looked like I was winning when we added up our scores I actually lost.
The game looks amazing as well. The art work is beautiful and the playing pieces create excitement when playing. Once you have mastered the rules it's easily a top 5 game of all time.
Would I recommend this game? YES I WOULD. 👍
Awesome steampunk, alternative reality Europa theme with fantastic game play.
It's an engine building game with tonnes of strategy and multiple ways to try and win. It's not a straight out domination game, but a slow burn strategy game with levels of complexity that both Risk and Catan are missing.
You can form alliances between nations which I think would make it more family friendly.
It looks super complicated the first time you set it up. But the mechanics are simple and elegant making it easy to pick up and play from the first go.
Have tried a few Stonemaier games and they are brilliant.