Fans of the area control game Cyclades can start their trip planning now as the new small-box expansion, Cyclades: Monuments is being released this holiday season.
Designed by the prolific Bruno Cathala and Ludovic Maublanc, the award-winning Cyclades had players racing to build two cities in the Cyclades group of islands whilst vying for the favour of the gods. This new expansion throws in ten monument miniatures and their associated monument cards. Constructing these monuments will grant the player an advantage that can give them the edge over their opponents!
The Cyclades: Monuments expansion is compatible with all previously released expansions for Cyclades. For additional information, visit Asmodee’s website.
Titans releases next month from Asmodee Games and is designed by Bruno Cathala and Ludovic Maublanc. Previously reported here, this is the second expansion for Cyclades and features conflict around neighboring islands and 6 great, ancient Greek cities. The game includes a double-sided game board, an offerings board, a large Kronos tiles, 5 Divine Artifact figurines & cards, 5 Special Metropolis cards tiles & cards, and 7 prosperity markers.
Following on the heels of their hit Cyclades comes the expansion Cyclades Titans which expands and transforms gameplay from being simply every man for himself and allows for both team play with either 4 or 6 players or individual play with 3 to 5 players.
There is more action in this “titanic” expansion with an enhanced role for metropolises. The stars Titans will play a key role in battles on cyclades;
In addition to adding team play they have also introduced a different board consisting of two larger islands that players are trying to control territories on as opposed to having many smaller islands.
With various different other additions to the game including the Titans named in the game, along with bonuses due to Kronos involvement, and finally a new way of winning the game using a new element called divine artifacts. With all of the new additions additions this is building up to an interesting new way of playing the game Cyclades.
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