Lead An Ancient Italian Tribe In Terramara

February 24, 2019 by cassn

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Terramara is the name of the villages founded around 1500 B.C., mid- to late Bronze Age, in Northern Italy. People lived, travelled and traded between the Alps mountain range and the river Po. The main occupations of Terramara people were hunting, farming and metallurgie, casting bronze tools like axe heads in stone moulds. The houses in the villages were built on piles, meaning each house is build above the ground, supported by wooden stakes.

In Terramara, you are the chief of the clan of a Terramara village. Develop your clan, explore new lands, trade with other villages, and find your sacred spaces in this modular, worker-placement board game for 2-4 players.

Improve your clans strength for battle, and develop and discover new technology which will improve the lives of your people. The chieftain who develops the strongest, most advanced tribe will become the leader of all the Terramara villages and win the game!

Terramara will be launched on Kickstarter later this year, but there's already a lot of buzz around this game, and we're excited to see more of the artwork and the mechanics before it's official launch. You can read up on the game on the Quined Games website here.

What ancient tribe would you like to see represented in board games?

"Develop your clan, explore new lands, trade with other villages, and find your sacred spaces!"

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