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7 wonders / Antoine Bauza.

Bauza, Antoine, 1978- (Added Author). Caumont, Cédrick. (Added Author). Provoost, Thomas. (Added Author). Coimbra, Miguel. (Added Author). Asmodee Editions. (Added Author). Repos Production. (Added Author).
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Available copies

  • 1 of 1 copy available at Evergreen Indiana.

Current holds

0 current holds with 1 total copy.

Location Call Number / Copy Notes Barcode Shelving Location Status Due Date
Adams PL Sys. - Decatur Branch GAMES SEVEN (Text) 34207002271329 Games Available -

Record details

  • Physical Description: 1 game (7 Wonder boards, 7 Wonder cards, 49 Age I cards, 49 Age II cards, 50 Age III cards, 46 conflict tokens, 24 value 3 coins, 46 value 1 coins, 1 score booklet, 2 "2-player" cards, 1 "quick rules" sheet, 1 rulebook (12 pages : illustrations ; 27 x 26 cm) : illustrations ; in game case 29 x 35 x 5 cm.
  • Publisher: Bruxelles : Repos Production ; [2010-2011]

Content descriptions

General Note:
Title from box.
For 2-7 players.
Duration of play: 30 min.
Formatted Contents Note:
7 Wonder boards, 7 Wonder cards, 49 Age I cards, 49 Age II cards, 50 Age III cards, 46 conflict tokens, 24 value 3 coins, 46 value 1 coins, 1 score booklet, 2 "2-player" cards, 1 "quick rules" sheet, 1 rulebook, 1 blue game case.
Creation/Production Credits Note:
Author: Antoine Bauza ; Development: Cédrick Caumont & Thomas Provoost ; Art: Miguel Coimbra.
Summary, etc.:
Game takes place over 3 Ages, each using one of 3 card decks. Each player uses 6 cards per Age to build their city and Wonder. At end of third Age, player with most victory points wins.
Target Audience Note:
Ages 10 and up.
Awards Note:
Tric Trac d'or, 2010.
As d'or Jeu de l'année Prix du Jury, Cannes, 2011.
Swiss Garners Award, 2010.
About.com Readers' Choice Awards winner, 2011.
Kennerspiel des Jahres Kritikerpreis, 2011.
International Gamers Awards winner, 2011.
Deutscher Spielepreis 1. Platz, 2011.
Subject: Games.
Genre: Board games.
Card games.
Games.

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