"This Belongs in a Museum" Expands Drawn & Quartered series
We are pleased to announce our second new title for 2017 will expand our popular Drawn & Quartered series of tile-laying games. This Belongs in a Museum takes you on an adventure in the Golden Age of Archeology!
Players compete to become the most renowned archeologist by having the most extensive network of dig sites connected to their base camp, as well as collecting precious artifacts and outwitting their rival colleagues. Place your base camp, dig site, and terrain tiles strategically to easily maneuver your archeologist to the artifacts for recovery. Use the mummies to block opponents movements and break up their carefully connected networks.
Easy to learn, This Belongs in a Museum is a great introduction to tile-laying games for new players, but also adds new strategic layers to our game system that experienced gamers will love.
This Belongs in a Museum can accommodate 2-4 players, ages 10 and up, and plays in 20-30 minutes.
Each game includes:
- 4 Archeologists with stands
- 4 Mummies with stands
- 1 Tomb Tile
- 4 Base Camps
- 54 Dig Site Tiles
The adventure begins April 5, 2017!
Check out the other games in our Drawn & Quartered series of tile-laying games:
Pirates, Ninjas, Robots & Zombies
Graveyards, Ghosts & Haunted Houses
Watch the official game trailer for This Belongs in a Museum:
Vote Element for Most Anticipated Abstract Game of 2017
Final Voting is now OPEN for the Most Anticipated Board Games of 2017 on BoardGameGeek.com. While we didn’t get into the top 20 overall, Element is still in the running for Most Anticipated Abstract Game and we would LOVE your vote!
If you want to share the love with your most anticipated games (like Element), you can vote through the following steps:
(Please Note: your previous votes to help us get into the finals have been reset so you CAN vote again! In fact, we need you to do so for your vote to count in the finals!)
- Visit the final polling list on BoardGameGeek.com
- Scroll down to Category #14: Abstract Game
- Click the box next to Element
- Scroll down to the bottom of the voting section… it is a bit of scrolling, but is for a good cause. You can do it! Keep scrolling! (Vote for other games in other categories as you scroll and let your opinion be heard throughout Geekdom!)
- Click the “Vote” button at the bottom of the voting section to lock in your support for Element
- Tell all your friends to Vote for Element as well. All the cool kids are doing it!
You will be able to see the current results once you submit your votes.
If you get to the poll page and you cannot see the check boxes for voting, and only see results bars and percentages displayed, scroll down to the bottom of the voting section and click the button that says “Questions” to have the voting display reset to add in your votes.
Check out the Official How to Play Tutorial video for Element and download a copy of the rules to get ready for the March release! You can pre-order a copy NOW at your Friendly Local Game Store!
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