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- For 3-6 Players
- 60-90 minute playing time
- For 3 to 6 players
- Play time of 60 minutes
- Acquire challenges you to pit your resources and resolve against other players in this high-finance game of speculation and strategy
- Takes about 90 minutes to play
- Endless fun
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For those not familiar with the game, there are tiles that are placed on the game board. When two or more are joined, they form a hotel chain. Only 6 hotel chains can exist on the board at a time, so certain tiles can become unplayable for a period of time. When a tile is played that connects two hotels, they are merged with the longer chain taking over the smaller. If they are the same size, the person playing the merging tile determines which chain takes over.
The subtleties of the game make it one of the true gems of boardgames. Sid Sackson developed the original version about 50 years ago and hundreds, if not thousands, of games have been developed since that in same ways have employed some of the mechanics and strategic elements of this game. Each player has unique information about the future growth of the hotels and the upcoming mergers. They can each take advantage of this but of course, other players can observe what they do and infer what information they have...
If you haven't played this game, you should definitely try it out. You may later find yourself searching on ebay for one of the earlier versions, but this will certainly be a great addition to your games closet if you don't already have it!
The new version is a huge disappointment. The tiles, trays to hold each player's tiles, and the tiles that indicate a hotel are all cardboard. Worse, they are cardboard that you will have to pop out of a card.
The earlier versions had a board to hold the tiles that had a slot for each tile, which was much more effective.
With the current version, the tiles slide around the board dont' stay in place.
There is no place to hold the cash, so in the box it just slides around. There is no scoring card.
The shares for each hotel chain are very fancily printed, but the printing is so fancy that it is hard to tell which hotel chain the share is for without reading carefully. A simple use of color would have fixed this.
I'm glad I have a copy of the game so I can play with my kids, but its a very cheap design.
The new game is all cardboard. Everything cardboard! The board, the pegs, the trays...cardboard. I am so disheartened. I thought I was getting a newer and better version of my favorite game of all times. I ordered three of them and another one for my brother's birthday. I returned them.
If you can find the old version of this game, by all means grab it. It is the best game ever!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A little tricky to learn, but very fun game once you've figured it out.Published 6 hours ago by G. Ingram
Everything is cardboard and the 500's and 5000 dollar bills are almost identical in color. Prepare to spend 20 minutes punching out cardboard squares after opening. Read morePublished 7 days ago by David Bailey
This is a great game for people who love games that take a lot of strategy.Published 16 days ago by Kathy M Kruzycki
We love this game! We play with our daughters age 12 and 15. Each game session presents a new challenge. The turns passes quickly.Published 22 days ago by Mason Dixie
My mom already owned an Acquire game but she always commented on how poorly it was made. So, I thought I would get her a new one for Christmas. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Katie Hastings
This is a great alternative to Monopoly, in which your success is largely based on luck, in the form of dice rolls or drawing Chance/Community Chest cards. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Looking_West
Awesome game, family loves playing this. Get to see who the future capitalists will be in the family!Published 1 month ago by once n a while