It already has an edition in Spanish, by the hand of Tranjis Games. The publisher proposes us to visit the American national parks, while we take beautiful photographs. The result is a competition between 1 and 5 players, recommended from the age of 10. Parks
From 26 photographs, we made a game guide, simulating a help letter. It allows you to discover its careful components, going through a metallic plate for the initial player or some wooden resource tokens, which include different animals.
Of course, it serves to get closer to its mechanics or to discover it for the first time. This is a Henry Audubon creation, with Fifty-Nine Parks Print Series in charge of illustrations. Tranjis Games accompanies the premiere with the simultaneous launch of
Nightfall, its first expansion. PARKS GALLERY
The box includes an insert to order them in their respective spaces.
Before we start, we set the stage. The number of players influences the creation of the route.
Each player receives the components of his color, a canteen and a year card, hidden from the others. The initial one gets the plate and the one on the right the camera.
The game lasts four rounds, equivalent to the seasons.
In each round, we reveal a station card. It will mark a condition.
We will transfer your weather pattern to the route, with the resource cards.
During their turn, each player advances one of their hikers to the space of their choice. Performs the action of the tile.
If there is a resource, placed by the weather pattern, it takes it.
If you want to visit an occupied space, you must put out your fire.
The actions are translated into resources, canteens (to take advantage of their effect with water obtained in the turn) and exchanges, among other effects.
They also allow you to reserve and visit parks or buy equipment.
Taking pictures is part of the possibilities. We paid two tokens and took a photo and camera with us. If we already have it, the cost per photo is one token.
The animal tiles work as a wild card.
When a hiker reaches the end of the trail, choose a space. The first to reserve a park takes the starting player token.
The arrival of a hiker allows the bonfire to be lit.
This space allows you to reserve a visible park or the first one in the deck. It goes to the own zone, horizontally.
Arriving early to the space to buy equipment implies benefiting from a discount on your purchase.
By choosing the option to visit parks, we complete one of the visible ones on the board or one that we have reserved.
We pay its cost and add it to the area, vertically.
When there is only one hiker left, you need to get to the end of the trail. Whoever has the camera can pay a token to take a photo.
The canteens are emptied and the hikers return to the start. A new route is created, with one more tile.
We put up a new seasonal chart to meet your specifications and the weather pattern.
The game ends at the completion of the last round (with the option to take a photo for whoever has the camera).
The points from the visited parks are counted. Each photo is a point, just like the veneer. The year letter also awards points if we meet its condition. Whoever has the most wins.
The experience is completed with a solo mode.