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2000 | City Building | Political
A new game for all great strategists! Experience the golden age of the Renaissance! Assume the role of the head of an Italian Aristocratic dynasty and lead your family like the Medici or Borgia. Build magnificent buildings, cultivate beautiful parks, and invite famous artists and scholars to live and work in your court. The plays support the builders, artists and scholars so that their completed works bring them fame and prestige. As the patrons of such great works, players multiply their reputations, but only one will become the most prestigious prince of Florence!
Players attract artists and scholars trying to become the most prestigious family in Florence. Each player is given a palace grid and reference chart and attempts to gain the most victory points after seven rounds. Scoring victory points can be done in a variety of ways although most will be earned by playing profession cards to generate work points. There are a variety of professions such as astronomers, organists and architects. Each is attracted to a particular combination of building, landscape feature, and social freedom. The more the player can match these preferences then the more work points are generated. If a player satisfies the minimum requirement of work points, which increases each round, then the work can be created and the player can then trade the work points for cash and/or victory points.
AWARDS & HONORS
2008 Ludoteca Ideale Official Selection
2008 As d'Or - Jeu de l'Année Prix Spécial du Jury Winner
2008 As d'Or - Jeu de l'Année Nominee
2007 Tric Trac Nominee
2007 Tric Trac d'Or
2007 Spiel der Spiele Hit für Experten Recommended
2007 Nederlandse Spellenprijs Winner
2007 Nederlandse Spellenprijs Nominee
2007 Lucca Game Best Game Mechanics
2007 Juego del Año Finalist
2001 International Gamers Awards - General Strategy; Multi-player
2000 Meeples' Choice Award
2000 Deutscher Spiele Preis Best Family/Adult Game 3rd Place
|No. of Players||2-5|
|Playing Time||60-90 min|
|Designer||Wolfgang Kramer, Richard Ulrich, Jens Christopher Ulrich|
|Artist||Arnaud Demaegd, Eckhard Freytag, Wolfgang Kramer, Mirco Paganessi|
|Publisher||alea, Ravensburger Spieleverlag GmbH|
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