Settlers Of Catan employs social interaction (Board Game Review)

Amy Joyce

I am not an avid board game player, I enjoy a little bit of Monopoly, UNO, Cards Against Humanity and traditional games you play as a child. I recently, however, played Settlers of Catan which is unlike any game I have played before.

Settlers of Catan is a board game for up to four players, you construct the board yourself and each of these pieces represent resources that you collect during the game. You have settlements which you place on the board, your settlements can not be within one road piece distance of another settlement (even your own) and you must connect your settlements with two roads. Settlements are important because what ever piece of the board you settle on, indicates the resources you will collect if the dice lands on the number shown on this resource board piece.  The goal of the game is to have your…

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