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Eight Minute Empire Legends Board Game


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  • Build a small empire in a land of legends in just eight-minutes! The Legend is a standalone sequel to the area control game
  • Each card has a unique, beautiful illustration of a fantasy creature or location and a modular board for increased variety
  • Does not require the original game to play; Just like the original game, players take turns selecting a card from six on display
  • The card has an action that the player takes immediately, and actions help players take over the map
  • Now have special abilities, which give players unique advantages and ways to break the rules throughout the game
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Build a small empire in a land of legends! Eight-Minute Empire: Legends is a standalone sequel to the area control game Eight-Minute Empire and does not require the original game to play. Just like the original game, players take turns selecting a card from six on display. The card has an action that the player takes immediately, and actions help players take over the map but what's new and different in this version? Instead of goods, cards now have special abilities, which give players unique advantages and ways to break the rules throughout the game Each card has a unique, beautiful illustration of a fantasy creature or location A modular board for increased variety New variants Is Eight-Minute Empire: Legends still playable in eight minutes? Yes, but only if you hurry!

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  • Product Dimensions: 1.6 x 6 x 9.1 inches ; 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B00GSJ4IIW
  • Item model number: 004RVM
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 13 - 15 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #79,924 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Bryan Kennedy on December 9, 2013
I'm a big strategy board game fan - my all-time favorites are Puerto Rico, Carcassonne, Settlers of Catan and Diplomacy.

I purchased this game thought KickStarter and I brought this game in to play at work the other day. The eight-minute thing certainly caught my attention, as the typical strategy game we enjoy playing takes upwards of an hour or more.

Firstly, the rules are pretty unique and a blend of several other games I've played in the past. It's hard to pin down exactly what games this is similar to, as it's a nice mix of expansion and battling.

GAMEPLAY
I'd say it took us about 20 minutes to fully parse the rules and start playing. Once play started, it was pretty easy and all 4 players got into it. It definitely seems to be one of those games you need to play a few times to really hone in on a strategy. It did take us about an hour to learn and play, but the mechanics are simple enough that I think we'd be able to get it down to 15 minutes or so. There are special rules for 2 or 3 players, and we didn't try them yet, but there were many special expansions available for more advanced play.

OVERALL
I would highly recommend this game to fans of strategy games - in fact, it's light weight enough (like Carcassonne) for people who don't usually play strategy games to enjoy.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By stuartm VINE VOICE on January 17, 2014
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The changes in Legends definitely improve on the original. In particular, moving across the sea now costs more movement points, but is not restricted to special cards. There are also many more bonuses on the cards making their selection even more tricky.

Finally, the use of 4 modular maps (with backs and fronts) means there are many more configurations to play.

The only caveat to both this and the original is that they are not really "8 minute" games. Expect 15-20 minutes or even 30 minutes for new players. Hardly a problem, but I've yet to play a game in under 10 minutes.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. HALL on January 13, 2014
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I bought this game after having heard good things about its predecessor.

Although the rules are very simple, it is an extremely fun area-control game. Because players need to consider both the duration powers and the one-time actions found on cards, each player's turn usually takes more than 30 seconds. When playing with 3-4 players, this means that the game will likely last about 20 to 25 minutes. While this makes the title a bit deceptive, I find the game length to be perfect.

The lack of text on most cards also makes it easy to introduce this game to people who don't speak much English.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dad's Gaming Addiction on March 9, 2015
Eight-Minute Empire: Legends – 2-4 Players, Ages 13+, Average Play Time = 8-20 Minutes

First, let’s briefly recap what’s new. The boards are modular, allowing you to switch up the aesthetics and configuration every time you play. Instead of containing goods that are counted as VP at the end of the game, cards now of abilities that have long-term effects. While some cards encourage players to collect sets of a particular type, there’s more variety here. In “Eight-Minute Empire”, you tried to collect as much of a good as you could to score more points. “Eight-Minute Empire: Legends”, just to name one example, features a card ability that awards players VP for the coins they have left in their possession. If it’s regions you’re after, you can forgo the VP abilities and go straight for the ones that allow you to “fly” or place extra armies by default. Oh, and the art on this title is most certainly an improvement!

I won’t go too in-depth here because I’ve already done so in my review of “Eight-Minute Empire”, but I will say that I enjoyed this title just as much (if not more) than its predecessor. Again, this is a stand-alone product, so you won’t need to own “Eight-Minute Empire” in order to play this. With that said, you could use the maps from “Eight-Minute Empire” if you so desired. As a whole, “Eight-Minute Empire” is simpler and makes a better gateway game to the series, I feel, with “Eight-Minute Empire: Legends” taking it slightly to the next level. Both are easy to teach and are relatively quick to play, so you honestly can’t go wrong with either of the two games. My only complaint is that “Eight-Minute Empire: Legends” only supports four players as opposed to “Eight-Minute Empire’s” five, which may be a deal-breaker to larger families…still, it’s relatively fun to play regardless.
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By southern_boy on December 18, 2014
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As good as a filler game gets.

Easy to grok rules, small box for travel, colorful components, enough strategy to offer meaningful choices and a modular board with variable setups means you'll never see the same game twice.

Plays quick - you'll be done with your first game in 30 minutes. When everyone has been through at least one session that's down to 15 minutes.
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