Starling Games | Everdell: Newleaf Expansion | Board Game | Ages 10+ | 1-4 Players | 40-100 Minutes Playing Time
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Jonathan Bolding (2022-08-03). "One of BoardGameGeek's top games now has a Steam version". PC Gamer . Retrieved 2022-10-04. A simplified version of the base game aimed at a younger audience called My Lil' Everdell was published in 2022 .  Digital edition [ edit ]
Everdell: Newleaf, Mistwood, and The Complete Collection
Show your love for Meeple Mountain and for your favorite hobby all in one great tshirt. The Meeple Mountain Gaming… Read more…Critters and Constructions on the Station can be played to your city just like cards in the Meadow. However, beside each Station card is a corresponding train car tile. When you play a card from the Station, you also gain the benefit on the train car tile, usually resources, but sometimes points! Then the tile is discarded and a new one is drawn from a bag. A new mechanic on all Newleaf cards allows more freedom when playing Critter into a Construction through the use of golden occupation tokens. For instance, a Critter from Newleaf may be able to be played into any Green Production construction, no matter what it is. Each player only has three golden occupation tokens, so you can’t rely on freely playing Critters wherever - you’ll still need to plan your plays. This is balanced in a way that allows Newleaf cards to integrate easily with the base cards while still requiring strategy and planning.
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There are broadly speak two “flavours” of cards. These are the construction cards and the critter cards. Construction cards are generally more expensive, and cost resin, pebbles and/or wood to build. The critter cards will always cost berries. Generally you will find these a little easier to come across than perhaps pebbles, but I will say that scarcity of resources is a constant feeling when playing Everdell! These could be things like an ongoing discount of a berry when playing critter cards, or perhaps gaining two twigs each time you activate the green cards in your city. The Reservation Tokens allowing you to reserve a Meadow or Station card for yourself is similar to mechanics in other games, so it’s nothing revolutionary, but it can change the dynamic of the game significantly. It can allow you to better plan future turns, or it can lead to more direct player interaction in the form of reserving a card you know an opponent wants. Everdell is one of my favorite games, so when I get to add more expansions and get even more Everdell, it’s great! Newleaf is a great expansion that adds so much to the game, but without changing the mechanics up too much.A follow-up to the game called Everdell Farshore has been announced and is expected to release in August 2023.  Gameplay [ edit ] The card’s ability is often not related to the type but broadly speaking the constructions tend to have more “game breaking” abilities or strong ongoing effects compared to the critter cards. Additionally, if you have a construction already in your city, you are able to play the matching critter card for free. For example if you have the twig barge built in your city then you can subsequently play the barge toad card down for free rather than paying two berries. Advanced Gameplay
Everdell: Newleaf - The Tabletop Times Review! - BoardGameGeek
The components and artwork in Everdell are always brilliant. And so, Everdell Newleaf does not disappoint. This game comes with a deluxe velvet bag which is quite honestly a bit superfluous, but so is that beautiful Everdell tree, so I am here for it. This game offers a new board that sits to the right of the main board and it has the same beautiful graphic design that we have come to expect. ReplayabilityLaw, Keith (August 13, 2018). "The Best Games at Gen Con 2018". Paste Magazine. Archived from the original on September 30, 2019 . Retrieved January 18, 2019.