We can't get enough Kingdoms to build.
That's why to quench your thirst for power, we offer you Kingdom Builder!
In Kingdom Builder, the players create their own kingdoms by skillfully building their settlements, aiming to earn the most gold at the end of the game.
Nine different kinds of terrain are on the variable game board, including locations and castles. During their turn, a player plays their terrain card and builds three settlements on three hexes of this kind. If possible, a new settlement must be built next to one of that player’s existing settlements. When building next to a location, the player may seize an extra action tile that he may use from his next turn on. These extra actions allow extraordinary actions such as moving your settlements.
By building next to a castle, the player will earn gold at the end of the game, but the most gold will be earned by meeting the conditions of the three Kingdom Builder cards; these three cards (from a total of ten in the game) specify the conditions that must be met in order to earn the much-desired gold, such as earning gold for your settlements built next to water hexes or having the majority of settlements in a sector of the board.
On each game, players will use a random set of Kingdom Builder cards (3 of 10), of special actions (4 of 8), and of terrain sectors to build the map (4 of 8), ensuring you won't play the same game twice!
That's a game you'll enjoy to discover, and you can do so right here:
https://boardgamearena.com/gamepanel?ga ... dombuilder
The game has been one of the most popular on BGA in BETA version, so we have no doubts it will rock now that it's fully released.
All our thanks go to the publisher Queen Games, to the designer Donald X. Vaccarino and to our developer, Tisaac, who made it easy to play online in a fully-functional version here on BGA that you'll love. Guaranteed!
“My Crown is in my heart, not on my head:
Not deck'd with Diamonds, and Indian stones:
Nor to be seen: my Crown is call'd Content,
A Crown it is, that seldom Kings enjoy.”
― William Shakespeare, King Henry VI, Part 3