Alhambra

Alhambra

Alhambra the game consists of a deck of 'currency cards' of various values in four currencies (suits) and a bag of 'building tiles' of various prices, as well as a number of boards (a currency market, a building market, a reserve board for each player and a scoring track).

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Alhambra the game consists of a deck of 'currency cards' of various values in four currencies (suits) and a bag of 'building tiles' of various prices, as well as a number of boards (a currency market, a building market, a reserve board for each player and a scoring track). Six of the building tiles are 'Alhambra tiles;' these are taken out of the bag and one is given to each player. Each player is then dealt currency cards until the total value of cards in their hand is greater than or equal to twenty. The currency cards are shuffled into five piles, and the two special scoring cards are inserted into the second and fourth piles. The five piles are then placed in order to form the currency deck. Four currency cards are drawn and placed on the currency market, and four building tiles are drawn and placed on the four spaces of the building market. The set of tiles connected to a player's Alhambra tile is called their 'Alhambra.'

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