Pfusch – German Game of Building Construction

July 2, 2013 - Comment

Enter the exciting and competitive constuction industry where builders work to complete their buildings as cheaply as possible. To increase their profits, the contractors may use cheap materials in place of the expensive ones. To counter this practice, building inspectors make random inspections of construction sites to ensure that safe buildings are being constructed. Using

Enter the exciting and competitive constuction industry where builders work to complete their buildings as cheaply as possible. To increase their profits, the contractors may use cheap materials in place of the expensive ones. To counter this practice, building inspectors make random inspections of construction sites to ensure that safe buildings are being constructed. Using bribery and clever play, cheapskate builders try to avoid buidling inspections and complete their buildings cheaply. However, builders that are caught using inferior materials must remove the building and start over, losing the time and materials already spent. Playable by 2 to 5 players, aged 8 and up in about 30 minutes per game. Made in Germany this game contains high-quality components including colorful clay and wooden blocks. English-language rules included.

Product Features

  • 5 City Districts-where buildings are cheap
  • 5 colors of plastic clay-cheap building plaster
  • 45 blocks of wood-expensive stone building material
  • 5 construction fences-for bungling in private
  • 55 bribery chips-contributions to building inspectors

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