Posted by James (admin) on 16th August 2011
London is a primarily card-based game where players construct buildings in their parts of the city and run their city to generate as much income with as little poverty as possible. The player with the most victory points (VPs) at the end of the game wins.
On a player’s turn, they can play cards (the game’s core mechanic), run their city, buy land or take 3 cards. To play a card (which builds the building on it), a player must discard a card of the same colour as well as sometimes pay any extra monetary cost. Each card gives you benefits of different types – some instant, some when running your city – such as money, VPs based on the buildings in play, the power to re-use a buildings’ ability, etc. This seems simple enough as you try to build a city that will work well in combination; however, players must weight up two other elements too: Read the rest of this entry »