45
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45
Players
2
-
4
Time
Age
10
+

Description

Halfway through the 19th century, the first permanent settlements appeared in Montana. After this, many fortune seekers traveled to this region with their caravans in search of work in order to build a better future for themselves — and there is an abundance of work as in the mountains precious metals are to be found and on the fields a lot of manpower is required. Meanwhile, the number of settlements is growing and the demand for goods is rising. Recruit the right workers, deliver goods on time, and choose your settlements tactically. Only then you will have the biggest chance of winning Montana.

In more detail, on each turn players choose one of these three actions:

  • Recruit: Use the spinner to get new workers.
  • Work: Send your workers to one of the different locations to get resources or money.
  • Build: Spend your resources to build new settlements.

The first player to build all of their settlements wins!

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Montana – Heritage Edition Review: A Flickin’ Good Game
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Montana – Heritage Edition Review: A Flickin’ Good Game

Montana – Heritage Edition Review: A Flickin’ Good Game

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Lying between Wyoming and Canada you will find Montana, looking like a board game box that got damaged during delivery. In the late 19th century, Montana waited, largely uninhabited, while an abundance of raw material lay there ripe for the picking.

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