Bezier Games Announce Suburbia Collector’s Edition

January 8, 2019 by brennon

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Bezier Games are taking a game that I enjoy quite a bit and giving it a big upgrade. Suburbia is getting its own Collector's Editon with plenty of new bells and whistles attached to it (Disclaimer: no bells and whistles included in box).

Suburbia Collectors Edition - Bezier Games

Suburbia is best described as Sim City/Cities: Skylines in board game form. You have to build yourself a massive city whilst also looking to keep your economy going, pleasing the people at the same time as they come and join your project. It's a great balancing act and for a tile-based game, it's actually quite fun seeing your city spring to life.

It's not a 'sexy' game by any stretch of the imagination, but if you like the slow building atmosphere of the aforementioned PC games and a little bit of tactical play too as you steal districts from your friends, then this might be worth a look for you.

Suburbia Collectors Edition (Box Rear) - Bezier Games

This new edition of the game comes with loads of awesome goodies for those who might have missed out on it first time including a massive Tile Tower which acts as the main hub where you buy up sections of your city, and new artwork across the board giving things a much more homely feel. I will admit the original Suburbia was a little drab to look at.

You also get a whole bunch of awesome expansions in the box too including a new one, Nightlife. A friend of mine owns the copy of the game we play, but since I don't have one of my own I'm very tempted to pick this up...

Are you going to be taking a look at this?

"Suburbia is best described as Sim City/Cities: Skylines in board game form..."

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