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Scotland, in the 17th century!
Different clans attempts to steadily increase their landholdings, which they can activate for specific benefits: resources that can be used to gain new territory or transformed into victory points; or new clan members to oversee territorial expansion; or any of the 13 special locations, which offer particular advantages to their owners. This is to say nothing of the countless whiskey distilleries and taverns …
Set a stout hert ti a stey brae! - Sets you up for the challenge!
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|This is one of my favorite games of 2010, which simply hasn't received the attention it deserves. While Glen More doesn't bring anything amazingly new to the table, it does integrate a number of game elements seamlessly into a memorable, enjoyable unit. There's rondel, tile placement, marketplace, worker placement, and multiple scoring point systems at work, all squeezed into a light to moderate weight, 90 minute game. Decent design and theme as well!
|My wife thought I was being to aggressive in Carcassonne......just trying to take over your farm baby!! So I got us Glen More so she can have her "own" area to control with no bud-dinski's. Though she has come around on Carcassonne, she loves Glen More.
|One of the best games for 2-5 players. There's tons of tough decisions, the tactile satisfaction of building your own village/city, and different ways to focus on in order to score points. One of the best games that I have in my collection.