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Tokaido Board Game – Out of Print Edition
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- Original board game design, currently out of print from the manufacturer
- From the designer of 7 Wonders. Gorgeous artwork and graphic design
- Point-to-point movement, set collection mechanic
- Easy to learn, but full of strategic choices
- Digital edition of Tokaido on the iOS App Store & Google Play, for both smartphones and tablets is available
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From the manufacturer
It's all about the journey
Where will your travels take you?
-Journey along Japan’s East Sea Road with 1-4 additional travelers in search of discoveries and natural marvels
-Quest to become the most initiated traveler by experiencing all the road has to offer
-Devise a strategy and meet new people, taste fine meals, collect beautiful items, and visit temples and wild places during the course of your journey
From multiple award-winning game designer Antoine Bauza
-As featured on the hit series ‘Tabletop’
-Fantastic game for families, experienced gamers, and everyone in between
Easy to learn, difficult to master
-Fast and fun to play, with endless decisions and replayability
-For 2-5 players aged 8+
Each player is a traveler crossing the "East sea road", one of the most magnificent roads of Japan. While traveling, players will meet people, taste fine meals, collect beautiful items, discover great panoramas and visit temples and wild places. At the end of the day, when everyone has arrived at the end of the road you'll have to be the most initiated traveler – which means that you'll have to be the one who discovered the most interesting and varied things.
From the Manufacturer
Each player is a traveler crossing the "East sea road", one of the most magnificent roads of Japan. While traveling, players will meet people, taste fine meals, collect beautiful items, discover great panoramas, and visit temples and wild places. At the end of the day, when everyone has arrived at the end of the road you'll have to be the most initiated traveler – which means that you'll have to be the one who discovered the most interesting and varied things.
Legal DisclaimerContains small pieces that may be a choking hazard. Not intended for use with small children.
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Relying not on cutthroat competitive mechanics, it instead rewards those with patience and calm. This was a key element of the game for me, which really made it stand out from others in the genre. Having a multitude of different characters to choose from (albeit semi-random) increases replayability and experimentation with the various "perks" each character comes with. The rules are fairly straightforward, however since the concept is not a "race to the finish", it can be confusing for new, inexperienced gamers at first. But trust me, after one game under your belt, the rest will be a breeze.
The designers did a great job of balancing the mid-game with the end-game. As the saying goes, "it's not over 'til the fat sumo sings" (is that how it goes??), because you don't always have a clear winner until the final points are tallied.
It's pretty rare for board games to be praised for artwork, but this game is gorgeous to look at! The colors are bright, yet not overly saturated to make your eyes bleed. It sticks close to the Japanese theme, even down to the physical coins which look like the old form of currency called "mon". All of the characters are stylized and unique. It's a treat to complete panoramic scenes, and even the food cards make you drool. Another piece of sushi, please!
Whether you're a hardcore gamer, or a casual player, this game is a ton of fun. It really delivers on the promise to give you the sense of adventure and journey. Meet people, buy souvenirs, enjoy a hot meal, take a bath...you decide!
I especially recommend it for fans of Japanese culture.
This is the most zen cut throat game I have ever played in my life!! It is a game that is very focused on screwing over anyone who is not you and that makes it competitive and great for a board game night! You travel down a road in the feudal era of Japan and as you travel you can stop at various locations. You can paint landscapes in nature, take a dip in a hot springs, pick up a fellow traveling companion, stop at a shrine, go to a shopping market, or go to a farm house. The whole point of the game is to use you specific character to try to get as many points as possible. Some characters get extra points for picking up travelers so they will always try to pick up more travelers. If you want to stop them from doing so though you simply put your character on the marker and that forces them to move ahead and skip it over. At the end of each day you stop at an Inn and draw food cards and then continue on your journey the next day. This game is simple, beautiful, and has a ton of replay-ability. Personally I think it is a great addition to anyone's game collection that loves board games!
My family of 4 played this once, and them my son and wife played a two player this morning. My 13 year old went back after playing once and was trying to figure out strategy. If I get this player (each player has something special about them), and I do this and this before others do, that might work to win the game. There are so many things going on, there is strategy, but at least the first game we just played to try to figure out what was worth doing and what was not. Basically everything is worth doing. For game play, last player goes first (whoever is last on the board), so if you jump ahead to get something, it might be good, but you also might give your opponents the chance to visit more things and earn more points. At each "inn" everyone waits until all arrive, and the last one in is the first one out, so being fast has advantages and disadvantages.
I expect this game will be played many times. It is like no other game I have played, and have played a lot of games.