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Immersive strategy game for players who like to build world-class structures.
Beautifully illustrated, high-quality game content with additional game elements for an even more challenging game play!
Encourages Strategic Thinking and Focus
Asara keeps players on their toes, thinking through their construction plans, managing their Asari money and adjusting their strategy as the game moves forward and their construction needs change. Game play takes about 45 minutes on average and players must remain focused on building their towers and completing the steps necessary to acquire the components they need. While keeping a competitive eye on other player's progress they collect as many prestige points as possible to become the most famous builder. For more competitive play, there is the professional version of Asara that uses the same basic rules and additional game elements for an even more challenging experience.
Players Work Side by Side
Asara players draft their individual actions, take them one at a time and in turn order with specific cards and game pieces. As they work independently to achieve specific goals, they must be fully versed in the game's rules so as not to miss important steps and opportunities to gain points that ultimately lead to victory. Asara encourages strategic thinking, reinforces the importance of sequencing and hones memory skills.
What's In The Box?
1 game board, 4 scoring counters, 1 year counter, 52 Asari coins, 100 tower pieces, 4 observation barriers, 45 merchant cards, overview guide, and 1 set of instructions.
Players compete to build the most impressive towers.
The rules were pretty straightforward, although like most games it's easier to learn as you play than just read the rules first.
Figuring out the rules was a bit of a challenge, but we play a lot of games and there are many elements common to a variety of games, so it wasn't that bad.
The directions are written in a multitude of languages, and it's clear that the English version was not prepared by a skilled native English speaker.
This game is well produced. The pieces and board are well made and feature intelligent design. The detailed instructions make the game a little daunting for those unfamiliar with... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Audio Maven
Asara is an easy-to-learn game with only 6 pages of instructions (once you find the correct language in the book! :D ) and is definitely appropriate for the 9+ ages suggested. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Licotto
Asara is a pretty straightforward Eurogame, based on resource allocation and thinking ahead. If you are planning on playing it with your family, make SURE to read and understand... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Steve
This game doesn't seem to know its genre. Like a film that can't decide if it's a comedy or a drama, this game moves like many of the Euro games, yet isn't terribly complex as... Read morePublished 19 months ago by S. K. Harrell
I play a good number of "Eerogames." From Catan to Puerto Rico to Agricula, there's very few games I don't like. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Nathan Beauchamp
I chose this game thinking that it would make a great strategy game for the family to play. We've owned it for quite some time now, and while I enjoy it, it's definitely not for... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Teacher Mom
I got this game because I love Settlers of Catan, also made by this company. This game is somewhat similar in that it is somewhat of a resources-management game. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Digigirl
like competition? like to show off? this game lets you make towers of your own liking, if you can play your cards smart. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Nathan Dyer
Asara feels like a streamlined version of the classic deterministic strategy game Caylus. Whereas Caylus takes 3+ hours to finish, you can wrap up a round of Asara in 30-45... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Trevor Burnham