Between Two Cities


Tiles represent parts of a city: factories, shops, parks, landmarks, etc. You cooperate with your neighbors for building two cities, each in a 4x4 grid. In a turn you select two tiles from your hand and confer about their use with your partners; then the remaining tiles are handed on. In Round One, you start with seven tiles, get three for Round Two and seven tiles again for Round Three. After Round Three, each city is scored for its liveability; you personal score is the lower of the two cities you cooperated in. Includes a solo and a two-player version.


Cooperative city building for 1-7 players, ages 8+


Publisher: Stonemaier Games 2015

Designer: Ben Rosset, Matthew O‘Malley, Morten Monrad Pedersen

Art: Beth Sobel


Stock #: STM500


Users: For families

Special: 1 player

Special: 2 players

Special: Many players


Version: en * Rules: cn de en es  fr hu it jp kr * In-game text: no