The Settlers of Zarahemla Board Game

July 31, 2013 - Comment

Enter the Promised Land! This is the home of ancient American prophets such as Alma, Mosiah and Samuel the Lamanite. Zarahemla, the Nephite capital, thrived as its people were righteous, and suffered setbacks to its enemies during times of corruption and moral decay. It is your job to settle, unite and reinforce the freedoms of

Enter the Promised Land!

This is the home of ancient American prophets such as Alma, Mosiah and Samuel the Lamanite.

Zarahemla, the Nephite capital, thrived as its people were righteous, and suffered setbacks to its enemies during times of corruption and moral decay.

It is your job to settle, unite and reinforce the freedoms of the land of Zarahemla.
Do this through savvy trading, establishing a righteous military of Stripling Warriors or by building a Temple for holy worship. But whatever strategy you choose, choose correctly, as your ultimate prosperity depends on your ability to grow this fledgling society more quickly than your opponents.

The Settlers of Zarahemla, based upon The Book of Mormon and created for the Latter-day Saint community, will be an instant hit with your family. Based on The Settlers of CatanTM which has sold 3 million copies worldwide, this game features social interaction, a bit of strategy and just enough luck to cater to everyone’s personalities!

Product Features

  • Game Mechanic: Klaus Teuber
  • Artist: Alvin Madden & Miles Germer
  • Number of Players: 2-4
  • Ages: 12 & up
  • Time to Play: 60-90 minutes

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Jeremy S. Palmer "Life Lucid" says:

You don’t have to be a Mormon to enjoy this game This is very similar to the Settler’s of Catan game that is rightly becoming so popular these days. The difference is that this game is set in the land of Zarahemla (a place in the ancient Americas mentioned in the Book of Mormon). The first time I played this game I loved it. There is a lot of strategy involved as well as plenty of trading skills. There is also an element of luck that can allow anyone to win (the first time I played my 12 year old sister she won!). I still haven’t tried the game with two players yet (it seems everytime I want to play there are plenty of others who would like to join in), but I can say it’s a blast with either three or four people. The board is made up of 5 sections of different that have hex shapes on the front and the back. This means there are hundreds of possibilities for the way the board gets set up always forcing you to analyze it and adjust your strategy accordingly. You win by being the first player to reach 12 victory points, which…

Crewsr3 says:

Great LDS Game This is a knock off of settlers of catan but it is better in many ways. The board is better in the way that it stays together. The parts are very well made and has a great tray to put everything into. A well made product.

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