A game by Dirk Liefens for 3 to 4 players aged 12 and up
Playing time: ca. 60 minutes
Illustration by: Dennis Lohausen
Before the settlers arrived at the great open plains, life of the Native Americans was
driven by the move of the big buffalo herds. Each player becomes chief of a tribe and
tries to survive the hard life without disturbing the balance of nature. And the
buffaloes are moved by all players, so it might always useful to have a pow-wow to
find out how the herd will move ...
The game will accompany the buffaloes from the left side to the right side of the
gameboard. It is up to you where your tribe starts. You win the game if you manage
to have more tipis at the end of the game than the other players. But you also have
to be able to support your tipis, and that becomes more and more difficult when the
buffaloes move on!
As long as there are sufficient buffaloes around, you may feel free to install new
tipis on the gameboard. But at the latest when the other players decide that exactly
these buffaloes move on, you should not fall behind. Only the tipis are save which made
it to the open plains before the game ends.
English and French rules are included, and the game contains no language dependend parts.
36 wooden Buffaloes
40 Food Blocks
4 Game Overview cards
2 Rule Booklets
Available soon at your local game dealer
© Argentum Verlag Köln, 2008