Century: Eastern Wonders Video Review

Century: Eastern Wonders

Score: 3 out of 5Century: Eastern Wonders is the successor to the successful hand-management game, Century: Spice Road by Emerson Matsuushi, from Plan B Games. This time, Emerson has create a spacial action selection and goods conversion game with elements of pick-up-and-deliver.

But the really innovation element of this game is that it can be combined with Spice Road to create a new game, Century: From Sand to Sea, which uses fewer location tiles and incorporates the cards from the first game to add in that excellent hand-building and hand management, also utilizing cards to power players’ movement across the modular board.

In that form, this game is excellent, while in its base form, I feel it loses a bit more of the luster of its predecessor. Therefore, I have 2 ratings: the main score listed above is for the base Eastern Wonders game, but when combined with Spice Road, that score gets bumped up to a 4 out of 5 – COMMENDABLE – rating.

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