1 – 4 Players, 30 – 120 Minutes playing time, Ages 12 and up. The players find that fruit bats – so called flying foxes, once considered to be fruit thieves only – are indeed useful for their farming endeavors. Manufacturer: Lookout Games. Categories: Animals, Economic, Educational, Environmental, Farming, and Territory Building. Game Mechanics: Automatic Resource Growth, End Game Bonuses, Modular Board, Turn Order: Claim Action, and Worker Placement.
How to Play:
Atiwa. Uwe Rosenbergs new game Atiwa explores the agricultural wonders of the African continent.
Leading a family of fruit farmers, the players find that fruit bats – so called flying foxes, once considered to be fruit thieves only – are indeed useful for their farming endeavors.
While it’s true that the bats are eating the fruits from their trees, they also spread the seeds, overall helping to grow the amount of trees they can farm. This led to a symbiotic lifestyle
between farmers and bats in which the farmers keep the bats as pets in order to grow their farms more quickly. However, the more bats, the more space they need…
The players who will find the perfect balance between their bats and the growth of their farm will finally succeed and win the game!
|Dimensions||12.5 × 9 × 2.9 in|