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Santas Workshop Board Games
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|Brand||Rio Grande Games|
|Number of Players||5|
|Minimum Age Recomendation||168|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||11.75 x 2.75 x 11.75 inches|
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- For 2 to 5 players
- Ages 14 and up
- Average playtime is 45 to 90 minutes
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Don't let the twee theme and set up put you off, if you enjoy worker placement games you will enjoy this one. It is a game where you do find yourself have to think a round or two in advance and planning ahead and hoping no one scuppers your plans in the interim. The game scales nicely for the lowest end (2) to the maximum amount (5).
I knock off one point however for the board, which doesn't seem to want to lie flat no matter what you throw at it. Its not so much to detract from the game overall, but its a sign of small build quality that really for a company like Rio Grande is sad to see.
Overall a fine light to medium worker placement and fun and involved without being overly complex.