TINYforming Mars Miniaturises The Sci-Fi Board Game Hit

July 9, 2019 by brennon

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Designer Michael Bevilacqua and artist Cheryl Leon Levy have been working away on a neat two-player miniature version of the giant Terraforming Mars. TINYforming Mars is a print-and-play product which creates a manageable game for one or two players.

Tinyforming Mars #1 - Michael Bevilacqua

This re-worked version of the game uses a smaller stack of cards and tweaked rules to allow you to terraform Mars when you're on the train or off in the middle of nowhere and in need of a scientific fix. As with the core game, you will be playing across generations as you aim to push up the parameters for life to begin on Mars, focusing on the development and completion of projects.

Once you've managed to complete two of the three parameters within the game or when all the hexes on the map have been filled in, the final Generation will come to a close and the person with the highest score will be crowned the winner.

The game also comes with a solitaire set of rules where you're aiming to fulfil all three parameters within twelve generations, so you better get your thinking caps on!

If you have a BoardGameGeek account you can access the downloads for this game HERE.

Will you be giving this a go?

"The game also comes with a solitaire set of rules..."

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