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Roll Through the Ages: The Bronze Age

Roll Through the Ages: The Bronze Age

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Gameplay in Brief:

In Roll Through the Ages: The Bronze Age, players compete to develop the best civilization by rolling up to seven custom dice to build cities and monuments. Each turn brings some tough choices, and you will never have quite enough options to do everything you want to. This is a finely balanced dice game.

The Basics:

For 2 to 4 players, ages 10 and up. About 30 to 45 minutes per game.

Designer:

Roll Through the Ages: The Bronze Age was designed by Matt Leacock.

Publisher:

Roll Through the Ages: The Bronze Age was published by Gryphon Games.

Genre:

Roll Through the Ages: The Bronze Age is a dice game with a civilization-building theme.

Awards:

Roll Through the Ages: The Bronze Age is on my list of the best dice games, and it was my pick as the #2 board game of 2009.

Also by Matt Leacock:

Leacock also designed the cooperative game Forbidden Island (my pick for the best easy-to-find game of 2010), the cooperative game Pandemic (my pick for the best board game of 2008), the race game Lunatix Loop (2000), and the fantasy card game Borderlands (1995).

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