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5 temple cards 16 player cards 8 tent cards 30 quest cards 5 artifact cards 110 treasure pieces

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0.403 kg

Dimensions (cm)

D: 5, W: 21.5, L: 15.8


Publisher: Gryphon Games, Game Length: 20-40 minutes, Players: 3-8, Complexity: Average

Critical Opinion

"Incan Gold is easy to learn and plays quickly, everything a fun filler should be." - Opionated Gamers
"this is an excellent diversion and would make a fun filler" - Dads Gaming Addiction

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Incan Gold

WHAT What is the main theme, story or key idea?
In Incan Gold, players will take part in a quest for riches and ruins. As intrepid adventurers travel deeper into the ruins in the hope of securing priceless Incan Artefacts they will have to decide whether to continue to explore the potentially dangerous temple or return back to the safety of camp.
HOWHow do the key mechanics and ideas work?
As 3 - 8 players explore the Incan ruins they will be tasked with finding treasure and artifacts. Each turn, players will have to decide whether to continue exploring, or retreat back to camp and cash in the gold they have already secured. Players who continue to explore must turn over cards which could feature hazards and if two of the same type of hazard are revealed - the temple will collapse and everyone still in the ruins will lose all of the gold they have discovered in that particular round. The winner is the player with the highest treasure value after 5 rounds.
WHY Why is Incan Gold worth your time?
Incan Gold is a short and snappy card game featuring excellent risk reward mechanics that is likely to tempt greedy players to spend just one more turn looking for treasure. What’s more there is no down time for players and it’s an excellent, fun experience for large groups particularly when judging which of your friends is about to make a break for it and flee the ruins.

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