Restore Harmony To Nature & Align Elements In Sagani By Funforge

April 23, 2021 by fcostin

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Published by the French Studio Funforge that bought me one of my favourite games aesthetically (Tokaido), comes a brand new board game ready to be in retail stores at the end of the month: Sagani. A pattern building, tile placement game where players take turns at drafting tiles to complete the objectives shown.

Sagani // Funforge

Players will need to restore balance to nature, by controlling the elements of fire, air, water and earth. These elements are taken form in the style of "spirits", and they reside happily hidden in our world. Once nature has been aligned, these shy spirits can be released from their current state and show their true form in peace.

Each individual spirit embodies the elements of fire, water, air and earth. Players will need to create colour alignments with their tokens named "sound disks", to get the spirits to rear their little heads. The more these spirits show their being, the closer a player is to victory.

sagani pieces

Sagani // Funforge

Players must gain and place tiles to add to their personal display whilst meeting the objectives provided. i.e - the arrows on each tile must meet up and match with similarity in your own area. Once this is done successfully - the player will score lots of points and be on their way to releasing that spirit.

The player at the end of the game who has the most respected balance in nature between all elements by the end of the game is the winner.

sagani score board

Sagani // Funforge

And what's even better - Sagani has two solo modes available too. One "classic mode" allowing players to play with the same rules as the multiplayer but in a solo capacity, and one "advanced mode" which is sure to make harmony a little harder to balance. I think I will play the solo mode first with regular rules before my Sunday Zen Day turns into a Sunday Stress Day!

This game was originally released in French, but due to the popular success - it has been translated so we English Folk can get a go too!

Sagani is on Tabletopia, so if you did want to give it a go before committing to purchase the hard copy of the game, it would certainly be worth it to learn the game mechanics.

Are there any games in other languages that you would like to have as an English release? 

"Players will need to restore balance to nature, by controlling the elements of fire, air, water and earth. "

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