Posted by James (admin) on 15th October 2013
Letnisko (Summer Resort) is a game by the designer of Kolejka (Queue) which is one of my favourite games. In Letnisko, players are running a summer resort near Warsaw in the 1930’s.
Each player starts with 2 plots of lands and one of these has a cottage on it. During the game, players will buy new plots and build bigger and more varied accommodations which will attract and suit different types of vacationers.
Each round the train arrives with vacationers. Vacationer cards are drawn based on the number and type of accommodations that have been built so far, plus an extra amount are drawn based on that round’s weather card. These are shuffled and dealt out onto the train’s carriages in sequence. If there are lots of vacationers then there will be more than one vacationer in some carriages.
Next, players take turns taking actions. A player can either: 1. Go to greet some new vacationers from the train (gain vacationer cards), 2. Receive a package from the train conductor (gain cash), or 3. Invest (build/improve buildings, buy land, etc.) Read the rest of this entry »