Saboteur: The Lost Mines ^ April 17 2019
- Saboteur: The Lost Mines is a board game inspired by the famous Saboteur card game.
- While it uses ideas of the basic game, the expansion, and the two-player game, it is also very different.
- In this game, players are divided in two clans; each clan contains loyal dwarves, selfish dwarves, and a saboteur, secretly working for the opposite clan.
- Players have their own pawn, and the dwarves must move over the paths in order to physically reach the four goal cards, one of which contains a sleeping dragon that you don't want to wake, so try to avoid that one, if possible.
- The (non-dragon) goal cards yield a variable number of points, depending on the displayed, but secret, treasure cards.
- Sabotage isn't performed against a specific player, but directly on the board by playing blocking path cards or adding tokens.
- In this way, the sabotage affects always all players, including yourself.
- As opposed to Saboteur: The Duel, path cards you play don't have to be linked to your own start card, which offers many more sabotage options.
- Even so, no player is ever out of the game, either temporarily or permanently.
- Card Game
- Tile Placement
- Designer : Fréderic Moyersoen
- Artist : Alexander Jung
- Number of players : 3-9
- Playing time : 30-60 min
- Recommended ages : 10+
- Language : English