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Recover the Lost Farm Animals in Rolling Ranch

Lucky Duck Games are about to release their latest Play & Go title

The newest title in the Play & Go lineup, form Lucky Duck Games,  is arriving later this month. In Rolling Ranch, players will do their best to recover various animals which have scattered following a hurricane (?) and construct buildings to hold them as well. The game is for two to twenty players, ages 14+, plays in 10-20 minutes, and will carry an MSRP of $20.00 when it arrives January 30th.

From Lucky Duck:

It’s 5 o’clock in the morning. You wake up as you do every day and get ready to get out of bed… Wait, the sun is already rising? Weird… The clock already shows 8:00 a.m.! What the hell happened to the rooster? You leave your house to check, but as soon as you step out you had it figured out: A hurricane destroyed all the fences in the area and the animals fled! However, they should not be that far and after fixing the fences it’s your mission to recover them in the woods.

In Rolling Ranch, all players use the same result from the dice to rescue animals and improve their ranch, with each player working on their own ranch sheet. Each player attempts to place the animals in their ranch the best way possible, and to construct buildings and receive bonuses that will help them achieve the highest score. Everyone plays at the same time! Who will be the most successful ranch to rescue their animals?

Rolling Ranch is the third title of Lucky Duck’s Play & Go line of games, which is meant to be portable, fast, and simple to explain.

Rolling Ranch Contents (Lucky Duck Games)

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