In Catan, players have to establish settlements in Catan Island. It’s a race to claim ownership on the island, because players will have to tap their bartering skills, resource accumulation skills, and problem-solving skills to build homes, roads, and more to navigate obstacles.
Players will make their own decisions to win the game and rule most of Catan Island’s development. The best part? You have 60 minutes or less to make the magic happen. The game accommodates three to four players, but people can double up on teams if necessary.
There is a warranty included with this game, and you’ll have to contact Catan Studios to see what’s covered when it comes to defects in materials or workmanship.
, an Amazon reviewer, says:
“Beware! Don’t try this unless you plan on getting addicted. Your life will forever be altered. You’ll find yourself begging strangers to come over to play. Watching YouTube videos to improve your game, bribing your children. Your spouse will become a tricky, sneaky person you hardly recognize. While you will plot ways to take over.Side effects include: less TV watching, more under the table kicking, spontaneous maniacal laughter, and snacking while plotting the demise of your friends and family. Best fun you’ve had in hours!”
“I love this game and I haven’t played since college. I am having some guys over this weekend and I decided to order this to setup. The box is more sturdy than most games now a days and it is packaged very well. You have to pop out all the land pieces and sort the houses and roads. There is a very descriptive guide book with a set of rules and an almanac for looking up specific information so you don’t have to sort through the rules. The game itself has a sort of civilization, turn-based strategy sort of feel to it. There is no direct fighting, but you gather resources to build your empire and trade with other people.”