Tigris & Euphrates board game to be resurrected by FFG


Fantasy Flight Games are launching a new “Euro Classics” line of board games — something that I’m sure has absolutely nothing to do with the fact that they just merged with the gigantic European Asmodee Group — and the first game off the ranks is Tigris & Euphrates, the tile placement game from Reiner Knizia.

The artwork for the game has been overhauled and updated “based on the art of ancient Sumer and Babylon”, but the rules are identical. It also “features all the components necessary to play advanced variations, from a double-sided game board and civilization buildings to a wonder tile and accompanying idol”.

You can find more information about FFG’s re-release of the game on this page here.

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