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Settlers of Catan (3rd Edition)
  by Klaus Teuber
  from Mayfair Games

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• boardgames
• family games
• strategy games

Playing time: 120 minutes

Players: 3-4

Ages 10 and up.

Approx. weight: 2 lbs




This is the old Mayfair edition which is now out of print. For the latest edition, click here.

This is the game that touched off the entire Euro Game craze in the U.S.A.
Players are recent arrivals to the newly discovered island of Catan. Build settlements, roads, and villages by harvesting resources from the land around you. Trade with other players, or at local seaports to get resources you might lack. The first player to achieve 10 points from a combination of roads, settlements, and special cards wins. Wood component colors are Red, White, Blue, and Orange.

Box Contents:

Rules, Almanac, Quick Start Rules
60 roads (15ea white, red, orange, blue)
20 Settlements (5ea white, red, orange, blue)
16 Cities (4ea white, red, orange, blue)
4 Building Costs Cards
1 Robber
18 Sea Hex Tiles (9 port, 9 empty)
19 Land Hex Tiles (3 Hills, 3 Mountains, 4 Fields, 4 Woods, 4 Pasture, 1 Desert)
95 Resource Cards (19ea Bricks, Wool, Lumber, Grain, Ore)
25 Development Cards (14 Soldiers, 6 Progress, 5 Victory Point)
2 Special Cards
18 Number Tokens
2 Dice

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