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In 7 Wonders, you lead an ancient civilization as it rises from its barbaric roots to become a world power. Lead your troops to a military victory or create a nation of artisans and philosophers. Establish a powerful merchant state or master the mysteries of science and technology. Build an architectural wonder that will fascinate for eons to come, and rule the most powerful civilization on Earth!
Every turn, you will have a chance to choose one card to further your goals for ascendancy. Will you gather resources and bide your time, or strike fast and grab what you can? Decide wisely, because when you finish, you’ll pass the rest of your cards to the next player, who may profit from your indecision. As the ages advance, you’ll choose from progressively more magnificent developments, so prepare your civilization for tomorrow or be left choking on the dust of your failing nation.
With beautiful art, fourteen different wonders and a dizzying array of strategic options, 7 Wonders is a simple and addictive game the whole family can enjoy. In just half an hour you can raise your civilization to the mightiest heights, and build the greatest wonders of the world!
This is a fun, quick game for up to 7 people. As all games with instruction "books" - it can be a little confusing to learn at first - but our whole family likes it. Read morePublished 2 days ago by A. Lethbridge
Amazing replayability and very fun. The random factor is not as big as Dominion which is something positive. Read morePublished 2 days ago by McClausky
We love this game! We did have to watch the YouTube videos to learn how to play it, because the instructions are a bit difficult to figure out. Read morePublished 2 days ago by E. Sullivan
My wife loves this game. Perhaps because she won every time she played until just recently. And who beat her? Me! Read morePublished 6 days ago by K. Garfield
This is a great game for groups of 5-7, I don't especially like playing with only 3 players, but that's a minimal issue to me.Published 8 days ago by Jonathan
I was introduced to this game by a group of guys who liked to play board games during lunch. The games had to be something that could be played, start to finish, in less than an... Read morePublished 9 days ago by M. Kooiman