How Many Players
30mins - 6 Hours
Carcassonne is a tile-based board game that was first released in 2000. It is named after the medieval fortified town of Carcassonne in southern France, which is famous for its city walls and fortifications. In the game, players take turns placing tiles to create a landscape, and then placing meeples (small wooden figures) on the tiles to claim cities, roads, fields, and other features for points. The game is known for its simple rules, strategic depth, and high replayability, and has won numerous awards since its release.
Ways to Play
Carcassonne: The Castle - This variant focuses on building a castle in the middle of the board. Players compete to add towers and walls to the castle, while also trying to score points by completing roads and cities.
Carcassonne: The City - In this variant, players build a city together. The game features larger tiles that represent buildings, and players place their followers on different parts of the buildings to score points.
Carcassonne: The Discovery - This variant adds a new mechanic to the game, where players must explore the board and uncover hidden treasures to score points.
Carcassonne: The New World - This variant takes place in the Americas during the 17th century. Players build roads and cities while also exploring the wilderness and dealing with Native American tribes.
Carcassonne: Amazonas - In this variant, players are competing to explore the Amazon rainforest. They place tiles to create rivers and lakes, and add meeples to different animals to score points.
Carcassonne: Star Wars - This variant takes place in the Star Wars universe, where players are competing to control different planets. Players place tiles to create planets, and add meeples to different ships and droids to score points.
Tips, Ideas & More
To play, press and hold the enter key. To stop, release the enter key.