Tim, Bob, Dan, and Mike discuss the game “Joan of Arc: Orléans,” which is a draw-and-write game for one to five players that lasts around 45 minutes. The game involves drawing chips and performing actions based on the color of the chips. The chips can allow players to fill up their warehouse, move along a track, gain coins, build cities, gain stars, gain points, and more. There is also player interaction involved in the game, as players pay attention to the direction of other players’ routes. In this video, we go over the basic mechanics of the game, as well as how to score points. The game is designed by Reiner Stockhausen and features artwork by Clemens Franz.
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0:00 Intro/Basic How to Play
7:27 Final Thoughts
20:36 Our Scores