Catan Card Game

July 15, 2013 - Comment

Cunning and a dash of luck decides who will be the undisputed master of Catan!With a beautifully designed deck of cards, playing pieces, dice, and instruction book, it’s no wonder this card game was nominated in Germany for Game of the Year in 1997. The game pits two players against each other as rival clans

Cunning and a dash of luck decides who will be the undisputed master of Catan!With a beautifully designed deck of cards, playing pieces, dice, and instruction book, it’s no wonder this card game was nominated in Germany for Game of the Year in 1997. The game pits two players against each other as rival clans vying for Catan, a territory in medieval Europe. By using cunning, the resources of their domains, and the lucky roll of dice, the players compete to see who will be the ruler. There are attacks by brigands, knightly tournaments, merchants, spies, and civil wars. Events in the game are presented through event cards, which can bring plague or prosperity to the clans. Strategy and foresight will win the day, but even the loser will enjoy learning about the life and culture of medieval times. Young players will need patience to learn and play. –Lee Strucker

Product Features

  • Players control a group of settlers taming the lands of medieval Catan
  • Use the unique card mix to create a map of your own principality, then explore and settle new lands,
  • Cunning and a dash of luck decides who will be the undisputed master of Catan
  • For 2 Players
  • Ages 10 and up
  • Use the unique card to acquire resources through card play and the luck of the dice

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D. Allen "d2allen" says:

Catan Card Game. Not as fun as board game. I bought this game at a local game store. Amazon doesn’t seem to carry it anymore.

Galen K. Valentine "gallaine" says:

One of the best card games This is a wonderfully balanced card game. Too often games these days seem to encourage finding that one strategy or that one “card” or “position” that wins every time; this seems to be particularly true of video games. The Settlers of Catan card game seems to be relatively free of this. It is true that if you can “memorize” what cards are in what piles you can gain a kind of advantage. But there isn’t a single card, or even set of cards, that gaurantee victory each and every time.

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