The English language edition of the popular Japanese board game Little Town has arrived from Iello. In the game, designed by Shun Taguchi and Aya Taguchi, players are tasked with developing their own – you guessed it – little towns. The game is for two to four players, ages 10+, plays in around 45 minutes, and carries an MSRP of $29.99.
About the game:
Far beyond the farthest mountains, a valley overflowing with resources awaits you. Collect, build, optimize… and build a perfect Little Town in your image!
In Little Town, you lead a team of architects and must dispatch workers to the town, collect resources and money, build buildings, and develop this little town.
In the game, which lasts four rounds, you can acquire resources such as wood, stones, fish, and wheat from the surrounding squares by putting workers on the board, with three workers being placed each round. When you place a worker, you acquire the resources available in all eight surrounding spaces. You can build buildings by using these resources, and you — or any other player — can gain the effect of the building when place a worker next to it; if you place next to a building owned by another, however, you must pay them a coin before you can collect those resources.
Players collect victory points by using the powers of buildings, by constructing buildings, and by achieving goals dealt to them at the beginning of the game. After four rounds, whoever has the most victory points wins.