Board&Dice looks to corner the market on complex-to-pronounce games that start with "T": announces Tawantinsuyu

April 7, 2020 - 7:21pm

If you love euro games that can twist your tongue and burn your brain, then the contemporary titles from Board&Dice are right up your alley. Their latest announcement is Tawantinsuyu: The Incan Empire. The game is designed by Dávid Turczi, with art by Jakub Skop and Zbigniew Umgelter. 

In Tawantinsuyu: The Incan Empire, 1-4 players compete to prove themselves worthy of beign the successor to the Incan Empire. They achieve this through placing five different types of workers (each with a unique ability) on action spaces on the hill beneath Coricancha, The Golden Temple. Within Coricancha, each player has a High Priest that traverses the different sections of the temple. The worker action spaces are interconnected with paths. Placing a worker connected to additional workers of the same type results in a bonus action. Once a worker is placed, it remains for the rest of the game. Placing workers requires a variable cost based on their proximity to your High Priest, as well as whether you have any matching God cards in your hand to spend. There is a lot going on. Look for Tawantinsuyu: The Incan Empire to premiere at Spiel 2020!

Prior entries from Board&Dice in the complex-to-pronounce euro games that start with "T" include Teotihuacan: City of GodsTrismegistus: The Ultimate Formula, and Tekhenu: Obelisk of the Sun