Your Great Aunt Hattie has passed away and named you in her will. All she left behind was a bank account and her collection of ART DECO prints from the 1920’s. Aunt Hattie was a bit eccentric - and created a game for her inheritors. If you want your share, you’ll have to play! Inheritors start with a stake from the bank, and continually draw money from the pool to bid on Art Prints until most have been won. Each print is assigned points. The Inheritor who gains the most points takes home the entire collection - and the balance of the bank!
You can read FATHER GEEK'S excellent review here:
The expansion [LOST COUSINS] that allows for a 6th and 7th player is now included in the full deck for sale at the THE GAME CRAFTER.
|You'll need WHITE and RED chips...|
|...and BLUE and GREEN chips.|
|A card box from the first edition.|
|A close up of the GREEN 5 card and the front page of the rulebook.|
|Here are some close ups of the different cards. There are five color groups [distinguished by the point icons] and the WILD CARDS. The color groups are RED, BLUE, GREEN, PURPLE and Orange.|
|You should have these around the house.|
|You'll need a pair of D6 dice and four D8 dice.|
|You'll need five D10 dice.|
- A ninety  card deck of ART DECO prints - rules are included on the cards.
- The full deck now has between 2 and 5 point cards for the 2 Player game all the way up to 12 point cards for up to 7 Players. Color cards are arranged into five color groups, or sets. There are an extra 15 Wild Cards in the deck have no points on them [for the two player game, only use five].
- Two D6 [two player]
- Four D8 [3 or 4 players]
- Five D10 [5 players]
- Poker chips [50 each- White, Red, Blue, Green]
THE GAME CRAFTER.
TO ORDER YOUR COPY -
go to https://www.thegamecrafter.com/games/art-deco where ART DECO is for sale.
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