Show Off Your Digging By Making Mountains Out Of Molehills

January 17, 2022 by fcostin

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Everybody knows the saying, 'making a mountain out of a molehill'. Stereotypically, these molehills are little mounds that pop up in rural areas - and we human's are causing the mountain. The moles have upped their game, turning their molehills into mountains to compete for the title of 'Top Tunneler' in a light strategy board game, Mountains Out Of Molehills from The Op.

Mountains Out Of Molehills - The Op - Contents

Mountains Out Of Molehills // The Op

Known to moles all over the world, the Mountain Maker Tournament proves to be the most prestigious competition for those who consider digging a special talent. Attending from far and wide, Moles rejoice in their hopes to compete in the tourney to pile their hills high to control the landscape.

Players will take the role of moles attempting to have control over mountains that have been constructed. Over the course of six rounds, players will dig through the ground to create a path underground. However, there are obstacles in the earth that will get in the way of the little tunneller, so the more that can be avoided - the bigger the hill can grow. Big hills do not mean successful mountains! Players must be cautious of the structure of their mount, as there are dangers of the build turning into rubble.

Mountains Out Of Molehills - The Op - Back

Back Of The Box // Mountains Out Of Molehills

The person who has created the best and most envious molehills after the sixth round will be crowned 'Top Tunneler' and win the game.

There are a few different characters to choose from before heading through the dirt. With different species of moles to choose from as you leave your opponents in the dust.

The game is going to be headed to retail on the 24th of February, so be sure to keep an eye on your FLGS store and online for a family-fun title from The Op! 

"nown to moles all over the world, the Mountain Maker Tournament proves to be the most prestigious competition for those who consider digging a special talent..."

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