40
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40
Players
2
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4
Time
Age
10
+

Description

In Imhotep, the players become builders in Egypt who want to emulate the first and best-known architect there, namely Imhotep.

Over six rounds, they move wooden stones by boat to create five seminal monuments, and on a turn, a player chooses one of four actions: Procure new stones, load stones on a boat, bring a boat to a monument, or play an action card. While this sounds easy, naturally the other players constantly thwart your building plans by carrying out plans of their own. Only those with the best timing — and the stones to back up their plans — will prove to be Egypt's best builder.

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Imhotep! Imhotep! Imhotep! A Double-Take Review of... Imhotep!
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Theology of Games
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September 29, 2018 9:48 PM
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Imhotep! Imhotep! Imhotep! A Double-Take Review of... Imhotep!

Imhotep! Imhotep! Imhotep! A Double-Take Review of... Imhotep!

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Theology of Games is a multimedia site filled with original content about the happenings in the tabletop gaming industry. We talk games via written reviews, podcasts, and video! Today we're going to roll up our sleeves and get to work.
Theology of Games is a multimedia site filled with original content about the happenings in the tabletop gaming industry. We talk games via written reviews, podcasts, and video! Today we're going to roll up our sleeves and get to work.
Imhotep (2016) – Accessibility Teardown
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Imhotep (2016) – Accessibility Teardown

Imhotep (2016) – Accessibility Teardown

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Imhotep is an excellent game that came out of our review with nary a scratch in its immaculate mortaring.  Four and a half stars is about as high as we go on this blog, at least to date, and that’s exactly what Imhotep claimed.

Imhotep is an excellent game that came out of our review with nary a scratch in its immaculate mortaring.  Four and a half stars is about as high as we go on this blog, at least to date, and that’s exactly what Imhotep claimed.

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