From the Publisher...
Incan Gold is a quick, fun game of bluff and daring in which explorers push their luck while exploring an old Incan temple in search of gold and treasure. You decide when to delve deeper into the temple, adding to your riches, or retreat to camp!
5 Temple Cards to make the Game Board
16 Player Cards – 8 Torch Cards and 8 Camp Cards
8 Tent Cards
30 Quest Cards – 15 Treasure Cards and Hazard Cards (3 each of 5 Hazard Cards)
5 Artifact Cards
110 Treasures – 60 Turquoise, 30 Obsidian and 20 Gold
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|Incan Gold is fantastic game. This quick push your luck game is full of fun. I play this filler with game groups and with family and everyone always enjoys it. Highly recommended!
|This is a great game! It plays up to 8 and is easy to learn. If you like the element of risk then you'll love the gamble of defying the odds to get a pile of treasure to yourself. The addition of artifacts in this new version adds another strategic element to the game. It is fast to play but everyone usually wants to play again. Great components in the Gryphon version.
Dr Matt Carlson
|A great game for a larger crowd (5-8 players) since play is simultaneous. Are you in, or out? Make your choice and see what you get. Cop out too soon and watch your neighbor get all the riches. Too late and you get nothing.
|Good components and nice art. The decisions are simple and work well for children or for people that like to socialize while playing. In a group, it can create a lot of excitement when someone really pushes his luck.
|Great press-your-luck game where adventurers go in looking for artifacts and gems, but have to dodge dangerous perils like snakes, cave-ins, and fires. Keep going to get your hands on more jewels, but stay too long, and the dangers of the depths will claim another victim.
|While this is not my favorite game, it is perfect for when you have time to kill while waiting for people to show up to start a heavier game. The press-your-luck element may annoy some, but as long as you don't take it too seriously it can be a lot of fun.