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- An enchanting game of planet-building
- Player-controlled turn order adds strategic decision-making
- Choice of characters creates different game experiences
- Playful illustrations emphasize whimsical ambiance
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CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
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The Little Prince: Make Me a Planet is a charming game of planet-building and collecting symbols. Each player will use their tiles to progressively construct a planet, covered in volcanoes, baobab trees, lampposts, animals, roses, and sunsets. The four characters each player collects throughout the game will determine how many points their planet and the stars surrounding it are worth at the end of the game. Make the most perfect planet to win the game!
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|Item Dimensions||1.96 x 9.05 x 6.3 in||2.25 x 10.75 x 10.75 in||2 x 7.9 x 7.9 in||9.62 x 9.62 x 2.12 in||10.24 x 9.45 x 1.97 in||9 x 3 x 12.6 in|
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The main change for two players is that on each player's turn they pick three tiles from one of four piles. The player that picks the tiles lays two of them down face up, and the other one face down. Then, the other player gets to pick what tile they want (they could take either of the known face up tiles, or take take a chance on the unknown face down tile ). Finally, the player who laid down the tiles in the first place gets to pick from the remaining two tiles (with the advantage of knowing what the face down tile is if it has not already been taken). The third unused tile is then permanently discarded from the game. It only take 16 tiles to complete the planets, so a two player game will be over after each player has taken eight turns.
And, while it seem simple on the face of it, it does require a some thought about how to lay the tiles down (i.e, which ones to put face up and face down), figure out which tile to pick (is the face down tile a bluff or not), etc. Plus, there are lots of different tiles, and each type of character scores points in a different way (i.e., based on number of stars, animals -- snakes, sheep, fox, and elephant, lamp posts, roses, and more). Not to mention you have to make sure you don't get too many volcanoes or baobab trees in the process of building your planet (as you could lose points if you do).
It is simple enough that you could play it with kids, and complex enough that we also enjoy it as adults. If you like The Little Prince and you like to play games, I recommend giving this a try.
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As an actual board game, though, it's fairly weak, and the next-role selection results in hurt feelings more often than it should.