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Carcassonne - Jeu de société - Grande boîte 3 - Langue anglaise

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  • Contenu : Jeu Carcassonne original et 5 extensions "Auberges et cathédrales" en langue anglaise,
  • "Marchands et bâtisseurs" en langue anglaise,
  • "Damoiselle et Dragon" en langue anglaise,
  • "Maires et cloîtres" en langue anglaise,
  • "Bazars, ponts et forteresses" en langue anglaise
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Dimensions du produit99,8 x 47,5 x 141,7 cm ; 2,1 Kg
Poids2.1 kilogrammes
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Numéro du modèle de l'article435RGG
Date de mise en ligne sur Amazon.fr28 juin 2011
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Fun/addictive game, amazingly well thought-out box 22 novembre 2011
Par Patrick Thielen - Publié sur
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The GAME: Carcasonne is an amazingly fun, addictive, simple yet deep, and interactive game that's fun to play with 1 other person or 6 other people. The basic game is incredibly simple, and using all expansions at the same time is very complex; but that's part of what makes this game so great is that anyone can figure out how to play the basic game in about 5 seconds, yet even the basic game involves a good amount of subtle strategy and therefore isn't as easy to "master" as it is to learn how to play. And then add to that the fact that there are a multitude of expansions available, and it gives Carcassonne an incredible amount of depth and replay value that goes far beyond almost any other game I've ever played in my life.

The EXPANSIONS: Say you're playing with a bunch of 5 year-olds that have never played the game before. Just use the basic game and everyone will be able to play and have fun. Now, say those kids are 10 and have played a few times before. Maybe you want to use the basic game plus one or two of the expansions. That adds more cards to the game, a few more complex rules, and the game will be longer and more fun for everyone (since by now playing just the basic game may be a little boring). Now, say you're playing with a group of adults that have played the game countless times. Use the basic game plus all 5 expansions and the game is now going to be very complex, deep, interactive, challenging, fun, and even combative (in a friendly sort of way). The point is that you can pick and choose which expansions you want to play depending on who is playing with you, how much time you have, how complex you want the game to be, what strategies you want to use, etc. And even though I said that the basic game by itself could get "boring", I guarantee that this game in its entirety could never get boring because each game is entirely different and the strategies you use to win will change every single time you play.

This BOX: this is by FAR the most well thought out board game packaging I've ever seen, which is good since it includes the basic game plus 5 optional expansions which you can pick and choose from. Each card has a little water mark on it which indicates which expansion it's part of. The box has a slot for each set of cards, separated by expansion set. So at the end of each game, it's easy to put the game pieces into the appropriate piles of cards, and then put those cards into the appropriate slot in the box. Brilliant!
5.0 étoiles sur 5 "Clever" Is an Understatement 18 janvier 2016
Par Mike & Jen Costanzo - Publié sur
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"A clever tile-laying game." That's what I've heard this game described as. But to me, "clever" doesn't do it justice. "Superbly Elegantly Brilliant" is more like it.

This is the definitive tile-laying game, combining area control with worker placement. As the game goes on the map grows, until at the end you're treated to whole province worth of towns, roads, farms, and cloisters. Combined with the array of colorful little "meeples" of various shapes and sizes that are played to earn points, it makes quite a view.


Decisions: 4/5. Each turn you are given one tile to place, and the option of placing a follower on that tile. And yet, each tile might have a potentially large number of placement options. It all comes down to balance and risk assessment: Do I use my last meeple and hope that the city scores soon, or do I throw it on someone else's city just to mess them up?

Artwork: 5/5. Love it. The tiles are charming, and full of tiny little details that add to the experience. And believe it or not, the little wooden meeples do as well. Sure, they could have been cubes or dics, but having cute little guys to place is just perfect.

Replayability: 5/5. I own Big Box 3, which includes five expansions, but I also bought The River 2 (which in my opinion is essential). The game is variable enough on its own, but it really shines when combined with an expansion or two (or three). The fact that you can mix and match expansions via the Big Box means that you get a lot of game for the money.

Awesomeness: 5/5. No matter how you slice it,this game is just plain fun. Each turn is a cliffhanger---where will my opponent put his or her tile? What tile will I get next, and where can it go? Love it!

Bottom line: It's so clever and works so well that it's hard to imagine that this game wasn't always around. It's one of those foundational games that (in my opinion) has helped to expand the board game market as well as the gaming universe. If you've never played it before, you owe it to yourself to try it.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Awesome Game for a Lousy Price 21 novembre 2013
Par M. & K. Goodrich - Publié sur
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I absolutely love Carcassonne and every single one of these expansions.

This box comes with:
- The Original Game
- Bridges, Castles & Bazaars
- Inns & Cathedrals
- Abbey & Mayor
- Traders & Builders
- Princess & Dragon

The box is 4.75" x 17" x 12.5" but has a Lot of extra space inside. You could easily fit all of it's contents in a 3" x 10.5" x 7.5" box.

One thing I particularly love about getting five expansions along with the original game is the fact that all of the instruction manuals are combined into one pamphlet instead of having a bunch of them floating around for each expansion bought separately.

Now the only reason why I gave this set 4 stars instead of 5 is not because of the game, it's because of the price. I bought this set almost exactly two years ago here on Amazon for $54. Now it is selling for $200, which is absolutely ridiculous. For $200 it would probably be a whole lot cheaper to just buy each piece of this separately. Check elsewhere for a better price, or buy it piece by piece. The content is definitely worth buying, just not for this price.
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great fun. 20 février 2013
Par BowserHouse - Publié sur
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I absolutely love this game it is fun for the WHOLE family. The thing about this game is it's done in tiles so every time you play its a whole new experience. Similar to Settlers of Catan which is also a fun game, but entirely different at the same time. As seen in the pictures you slowly make a country looking game board as it branches off into roads, country, and castles. It's also very quick to learn, sometimes I will use all the tiles but just play the basic Carcassonne rules but you can always use all the expiation rules if you want. That's what makes this game so great its so adaptable and you can even have many in house rules. I highly recommend this to anyone who loves playing board like games with the family (or friends).
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Great Deal on a Great Game! 10 avril 2012
Par P. Bergin - Publié sur
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Having played this game several times on various online game sites, I got hooked by the simple fact that literally every game you play results in a different board. After doing some research on different editions and reading reviews, Big Box 3 seemed like the way to go. I haven't been disappointed. My wife was at first skeptical about my spending so much on one game (this one is really one game with several expansions) but after playing a few rounds she was hooked. It plays well with just two players (which is great for us!), but also with up to 6 (if you use a few of the included expansions) although the addition of players changes the strategy of the game significantly. All in all the game is a great bargain (saves about 50% on the total cost of base game and 5 expansions when purchased separately), and a lot of fun (tons of replay potential). My only complaint about the set is the "big box" is big (although smaller than I expected). It needs to be large to fit all of the contents but I think Rio Grande Games could have been more efficient in the overall dimensions of the box (17" x 12.5" x 4.5").

Thanks for this great set RGG!
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