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Triassic Terror Game
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- A challenging game of area control with very little luck involved
- Develops decision making, advanced planning, flexibility and memory skills
- Handsome miniature painted dinosaurs
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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Triassic Terror is an area control game where you are attempting to have more dinosaurs on the board (and in better locations) than your opponents.
During one turn of the game (the game has between 6 and 9 total turns depending on the number of people playing) each player takes one of six possible "turn action" tiles. The first player to choose the tile rotates on each turn, which is a key feature of the game because the last person to choose has very little choice of which tile they are going to take. This is particularly true in the six player game, because the last player has to take the last "turn action" tile.
Each player then gets to take their action, which will be dictated by whichever card they chose. Turn actions vary between hatching more dinosaurs on the board and attacking opponents' dinosaurs.
Scoring takes place after a few turns, and a player's score is based on which areas their dinosaurs inhabit. If they have the largest herd in a specific area, they typically get more points. If they have a herd that has spread across all geographies on the board, they get points as well.
There are three times in which scoring happens in the game and in those times player tokens are moved around the outside of the board, where the scoring track is located. (This is similar to Ticket to Ride where the scoring track surrounds the board.)
When I unboxed this game, I thought "wow, this is a lot of pieces".Read more ›