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    Dungeon Petz

    Dungeon Petz

    2011
    2-4
    90-120
    Vlaada Chvátil
    Czech Games Edition
    David Cochard
    Hand Management, Worker Placement, Auction, Action Selection, Bidding, Simultaneous action selection
    Animals, Humor

    "What this town needs is a pet store." No one knows which imp said it, but every imp recognized the idea was pure genius: "A pet shop for dungeon lords? What a great idea! Yeah, and no one else is doing it! No competition! We'll be rich!"

    And now you have just opened the first pet shop in town. Right next door to the other first pet shop in town. Across the street from two more.

    Buy baby monsters! Feed them and watch them grow! Clean their cages!

    Yes, running a pet store is exciting for an imp. But it can also be mentally challenging: What is the smartest way to win the upcoming exhibition? Which pet is best suited for your dungeon lord customer? How strong a cage do you need, and if you guess wrong, how many family members will be maimed?

    Win or lose, you are sure to enjoy the grand opening of Dungeon Petz.

     

    Become the leader of an imp family that has just started a new business – breeding and selling petz. Sound simple and safe? Well, we forgot to mention that those petz are for Dungeon Lords. This means magical, playful, sometimes angry monsters that constantly desire attention and at the very moment you want them to demonstrate their qualities to buyers they are sick or they poop. Sometimes you are even glad that you got rid of them – but the profit is unbelievable.

    Dungeon Petz is a standalone game set in the Dungeon Lords universe. The game consists of several rounds in which players use unusual worker placement mechanisms (players simultaneously prepare different sized groups of imps in order to play sooner than others) to prepare themselves for the uneasy task of raising creature cubs and pleasing their different needs (represented by cards) in order to sell them as grown and scary creatures to Dungeon Lords. In the meantime, they also attend various contests in which they show off their pets, scoring additional points.