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Carcassonne: Hunters & Gatherers   (View Game)

A decent alternative too the original. I prefer the theme of the original but have to admit the rules are more balanced on this one. Recommended for everyone.

Carcassonne: Hunters & Gatherers   (View Game)
This is the same game basically as the original Carcassonne but with a few rule changes. However, I love the prehistoric theme that this game brings to the table. This leads to more plays for me when choosing between this and vanilla Carc. Definitely a good buy if you are just going to buy the base game (between this and Carc).

Carcassonne: Hunters & Gatherers   (View Game)
Hunters and Gatherers is a more cost-effective and enjoyable way to experience the build-the-game-map tile placing mechanism of the classic Carcassonne. There are more base tiles as well as bonus tiles included here, as well as more wooden bits. Adding a fourth way to score points (fishing huts) you really have, for about the same cost as basic "blue box" Carcassonne a more well-rounded game. That makes it self-contained (and incompatible with base Carc expansions), plays up to five players, and has a fun proto-historic theme. What family wouldn't prefer hunting mammoths and sabertooth tigers to the drier theme of medieval walled city building of "blue box" Carc?

Carcassonne: Hunters & Gatherers   (View Game)
Differences between Hunters & Gatherers and classic Carcassone aren't enormous, but general consensus is this version is better balanced, being Wrede's follow-up to the original. This version eliminates one of the four scorable meeple types (no crossover of abbeys) in favor of river system "village" pieces and a set of bonus tiles with special abilities. Quick to pick up and quite fun!

Carcassonne: Hunters & Gatherers   (View Game)
A great version of Carcassone if you want a quick game. This game is better than the original without expansions. I like the original with the first two expansions the best, but if you want a quick game without all the extra tiles of expansions, this is a great version to play.

Carcassonne: Hunters & Gatherers   (View Game)
A Carcassonne variant that’s fun for all ages and is easy to learn. The game plays fast and is very enjoyable. I really like the prehistoric theme along with the added huts for scoring. I’ve found many non-gamers to like the simple tile-lying mechanics and scoring. If you’re not familiar with Carcassonne, then you need to get a copy and find out what you’re missing. This game has very nice components and is well worth its cost.

Carcassonne: Hunters & Gatherers   (View Game)
   Jim Carvin - Berks Boardgamers
Continuing the great legacy of Carcassonne and taking it one step further. It has an excellent theme and the basic mechanics of the original game but adds a bit more strategy and less confusing scoring at the end of the game(by replacing the farmers). I highly recommend this if you liked the original, it's Wrede's best game to date.

Carcassonne: Hunters & Gatherers   (View Game)
   Lee Kok Khing
Like this game a lot and always try to sneak it in whenever I have a gaming session. We have lots of fun everytime we play it though I still haven't really won many of the games. I like prehistoric theme and so I prefer this over Carcassonne that started it all.


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