Kiesling & Kramer Take A Trip Around Paris With Game Brewer

January 23, 2020 by brennon

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Game Brewer has been working with Michael Kiesling and Wolfgang Kramer to bring a new medium-weight Euro game to the tabletop this year. Take a trip around the wonderful streets of Paris and take in the sights!

Paris - Game Brewer

Paris has been doing the rounds at a couple of conventions and the draw of it, beyond the wonderful artwork by Andreas Resch is the fact that it features straightforward gameplay which brings in well-known ideas like hand management, point-to-point movement, tile placement and worker placement. It then twins this with a format which involves an ingenious (in their own words) point salad mechanism.

Paris Prototype - Game Brewers

For those of you not familiar with the idea of a point salad, it basically means that you can get your hands on points for pretty much-doing anything in the game so there are lots of different routes to victory.

A lot of your points come from visiting and obtaining the most eminent of buildings and making sure you've claimed them in the right district in order to achieve victory. It might look a little complicated from the gameplay snapshot above (prototype) but once you get the hang of the symbolism, these games are incredibly easy to dive into.

So, if you're looking for a fun board game distraction leaning towards the Euro end of things, keep an eye out.

What do you think?

"...once you get the hang of the symbolism, these games are incredibly easy to dive into"

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