Machi Koro is a management and resource development board-game distributed by Grounding Inc. (Japan) and IDW Games/Pandasaurus Games (US), and designed by Masao Suganuma. Machi Koro produces a tangible understanding of Capitalism by placing the emphasis on economic expansion through investment in infrastructure and enterprise.
Machi Koro applies simple mechanics requiring 2-4 players, has a arranged collection and relies on dice for progress. Each player begins with two investments with the aim to develop four specific infrastructures to win. How each player reaches said establishments depends on the various strategies the coloured cards offer. Each coloured cards (24 starting cards and 84 supply cards) have differing components:
- Blue – Represent agricultural resources allowing all players to earn income when someone rolls the matching number.
- Green – Manufacturing and distribution outlets that produce income when the individual rolls the matching number.
- Red – Hospitality and retail investments that earn…
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