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This board game for the whole family is set in Central America long before the conquest by Cortz: The Mayan culture is blooming and the building masters who direct the pyramids' construction. Unfortunately, competitors interfere, which leads to violent wrangling in the quarries and at the building sites. Everyone is trying to add the most components to the pyramids in order to receive the largest portion of the gold of the Mayan rulers. This family boardgame is for 2-5 players and takes 60-90 minutes to play.
This new board game for the whole family is set in Middle America long before Cortez came to conquer the area. The Mayan culture built large pyramids such as those found at Tikal and Copan. The players are the pyramid¹s master builders, building the immense structures stone by stone. Unfortunately the building areas are mixed and can be built concurrently. This creates conflict in the quarries and the building sites. The player who has contributed the most stones to the building of a pyramid will earn the greatest portion of the gold associated with that pyramid. And the player with the most gold will win the game!