Lost Cities Card Game

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MSRP: £18.50
£17.00
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Availability:
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Minimum Players:
2
Maximum Players:
2
Publisher's Age:
10+
OOTG Age:
8+
Playtime:
30 minutes
Difficulty:
Light-Medium
Year:
1999

Lost Cities Card Game

As a cartographer in the service of Queen Gimmax you are sent to map her territory in the northern lands. But despite the barren wilderness, you are not alone.
In Cartographers: A Roll Player tale, the four seasons will pass. During that time you will compete to earn the most reputation stars by reclaiming land from the Dragul. The Dragul’s outposts may hinder your attempts to gain the lands which Queen Gimmax prizes most. To reduce their control you must draw your lines carefully.

The player who will be declared the most illustrious cartographer in all the kingdom will be the one who restores the Queens lands to their former glory.

Designed by Reiner Knizia

Published by KOSMOS

Awards

1999 Meeples' Choice Award
2000 International Gamers Awards - General Strategy; Two-players
2006 Juego del Año Winner
2019 Fall Parents' Choice Gold Award Winner

Reviews of Lost Cities

If you are looking for a quick game with plenty of choices and a splattering of strategy, maybe investigate this older game ahead of something shiny and new! - Read more at Board Game Review UK

Given the low price point and small box footprint, I think Lost Cities is a game that belongs in the collection of any family who regularly play games in pairs. Whether played between adults, or between a parent and child, Lost Cities is simple to learn, and has enough depth to keep anyone entertained. - Read more at Big Boss Battle

Minimum Players:
2
Maximum Players:
2
Publisher's Age:
10+
OOTG Age:
8+
Playtime:
30 minutes
Difficulty:
Light-Medium
Year:
1999
  • 4
    Classic Two Player Game

    Posted by Jonathan R on 24th May 2021

    Really enjoy this two player game, great game of cat and mouse, albeit with a little adding up at the end!

  • 4
    Fantastic 2 player game!

    Posted by Jenny on 10th May 2021

    This has quickly become one of our favourite two player games. I love the push your luck element and the artwork is gorgeous too.