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We are: 

Medieval subsistence farmers. 

Trying to: 


 Score Board

Family Score:


Kids' Score:


Adults' Score:


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Kids Say:

"There are certain boxes on our shelf that just scare me, and this is one of them, but it looks more complicated than it is. It has a lot of pieces. Like usual, lots of choking hazards. Would not recommend playing with children under 3 years of age."

"It would be more fun if you didn’t keep score. I just want to raise sheep and not worry about feeding my family. There is some frustration with not being able to do the things you want to do."

Adults Say:

"This was the first game we owned that involved turn-based competitive worker placement to collect resources. Agricola is a game typified by scarcity. You will never be able to complete your chosen projects, so you are forced to prioritize. This used to bother me a lot, but doesn’t bother me as much anymore, as I have resigned myself to building mediocre farms."

"We’ve only ever played the Family version of the game, which seems sophisticated enough to maintain interest after a dozen sittings."

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