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Fallen Kingdoms

Fallen Kingdoms

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Play time: 90 to 180 minutes. 30 min per player.
Number of players: From 3 to 6 players. 4 or 5 players are recommended.
Minimum Age: 12+

Second Revision (Oct 2013)

The second revision is now free and available to the public but donations are still appreciated.

Each player is a Norse god that will control various viking kingdoms which will evolve and change thought the passage of time. After a while, new kingdoms will invade the land to destroy the older kingdoms. This process will continue until all the kingdoms evolve enough to unite themselves as one nation.

Players must try to do their best out of each civilization in order to win. They accumulate glory points every turn for each city they control and they can acquire trophies which will make them score extra points. There are three kinds of trophies, when two of them are depleted, the game ends. The player who accumulated the most glory points wins.

Some Features

  • High replay value by using modular maps and a random selection of trophies.
  • Possibility to use generic components to speed up the assembly.
  • Full color Print-Out which are also printable in black and white.

Game Reviews

Here is some game reviews from board game Geek.

Decent Beer and pretzels civ game

By Thor! By Odin! For Valhall! - Vikings fighting for the glory of their gods

Full color Preview

Black and white print with generic components preview

Note: Those Pictures are from the previous edition, but the new revision's pieces are very similar.

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Michael S April 15, 2017 8:21 pm UTC
You can probably remove everything prior to the second revision now.
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