Agricola
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Based on 67 reviews

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  • Great for adults
  • Complex and difficult to learn
  • A top 10 game of all time
  • Rules take a few minutes to run through

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Review: Agricola: Family Edition
It is, in short, an ideal family game. iSlaytheDragon would like to thank Mayfair Games for providing us with a copy of Agricola: Family Edition for review. Rating: 8 User Ratings (1 Votes) 8 Your Rating: 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 0 8
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3 months ago
islaythedragon.com
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El Grande (Decennial ed.) 2008. Agricola 2008.
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Buzz--Fledderjohn
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Super fun game.
This game was advertised as an up to 5 persons game but the version they sent me was only up to 4 players. Other than that annoyance, the game is very fun. It is quite complex and I would recommend watching a video first. The first game you play will be entirely to figure out and understand how it w...
5/5
Marlin
3 years ago
amazon.com
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EnNuVi Technology on grapevines - test with Agricola 2000 - ENVision
Grapes field trial with EnNuVi Technology
A new update on FertiGlobal’s ENVision Project on-field tests!
We are happy to share the results of a demo trial organized in collaboration with Agricola 2000.
FertiGlobal’s R&D team have tested the ability of our patented biostimulant technology EnNuVi ...
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3 months ago
lifeenvision.eu
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Agricola: Family Edition Review - with Tom Vasel
I like this. This is a good product. I hope a lot of people play this and find out how much fun a worker placement, where you're putting workers onto the board can be recommend this one Agricola family edition diced
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The Dice Tower
3 months ago
youtube.com
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Where are the good dinosaur games?
- though the attention to detail of the components, from your Agricola farm-style Dino park board with its little recessed areas to put your building tiles into, to the vast amount of wooden Dino meeples and paddock fences, all help to give a nice Jurassic Park feeling. Like Viticulture and its almost essential expansion, Dinogenic's expansion , in our household, is always played with it as it gives you a bit more choice (wildcard tokens to help DNA requirements, staff cards to hire and most importantly, aquatic Dinos).
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IntriguedToast
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One of the greatest board games of all time!
One of the best board games of all time! The rules will take a few minutes to run through, so it is probably not a good choice for small kids or people who are generally not interested board games, but if you're with a group that enjoys a good board game, you need to add Agricola to your collection!...
5/5
switzertex
5 years ago
amazon.com
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Agricola Review - with Ryan Metzler
If you manage to get two stone and you'll get three points per family member that you have so for each worker. You have you'll get three points and so you'll see it's important to balance out your building throughout the game to get a decent number of fields, pastures, grains, vegetables, sheep, boar cattle and workers, and to build up your house and throughout the game, you're going to feel.
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The Dice Tower
3 months ago
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**Mayfair Games 2016 Reprint Version**
**Mayfair Games 2016 Reprint Version** Mayfair Games recently launched this reprint of Agricola, a classic worker placement game that’s been around since 2009. It’s always been a great game for 1-4 players (yes there is a solo variant and if you want to play 5-6 players there’s a lackluster expansio...
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WASTELAND RAVEN
6 years ago
amazon.com
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What Did You Play This Week? - (March 15, 2021)
**Agricola Revised Edition** (1x 3P) - My second time playing Agricola :) My group had its first three-way tie (!) but someone else won on the tiebreaker. I think I screwed up by wanting to use my first free occupation card too much and especially by not harvesting more grain early on because I wasted a few turns just collecting grain and using an oven as two of my actions so I didn’t starve my people. I enjoy the game but after playing a handful of worker placement games I‘m starting to think they won’t be a top mechanism for me.

Specs

Brand

Lookout Games

Material

Wood

Genre

Action & Dexterity

Number of Players

4