Guardians versus thieves, and treasures in the palaces. Palaces with treasure chests are on display. You hold palace cards and place your guards next to the palaces. Then you play palace cards and either place one of your thieves from the board into a place or relocate one of your guards or relocate one of your guards + one of your thieves or a neutral guard. This you can repeat as often as you have cards to play for it. To steal a treasure, you need as many of your own thieves in the palace as indicated on the top chest; you take the chest and all your guards. Whoever is first to own the necessary number of chests, wins.
New edition of Der Dieb von Bagdad, Queen Games, 2006
Placement and collecting game for 2-4 players, ages 8+
Designer: Thorsten Gimmler
Artist: Michael Menzel, Patricia Limberger
Users: For families
Version: multi * Rules: de en * In-game text: no