Want to learn more about Quadropolis? How about watching a few videos?

QuadropolisAfter a hard day’s work, you take a break to admire your city through the large windows of your office…

At this hour, most of your citizens are going back home, heading for the tall buildings that you see in front of you. Some others are still wandering in the parks and gardens with their kids, and others decided to go shopping in the new mall that you opened a few weeks ago.

In the distance, near the harbor, you can see smoke rising from factories’ chimneys. Somehow, the city never sleeps…

Now is the time to learn more about the game. Last week, videos were recorded for the TricTrac TV. In case you missed the live session, they are now available for everyone to see. If you’re more into reading, stay tuned, the rules should be available for download later this week…

In the first video, François Gandon, the game designer, explains the rules of Quadropolis:

François Gandon, the game designer, explains the rules of Quadropolis

The second video is a clash of Titans around Quadropolis. Who will win the game? Will this be Monsieur Phal (From TricTrac, the host of the show), François Gandon or Adrien Martinot, proudly bearing the colors of Days Of Wonder?

A clash of Titans around Quadropolis

Winner of the International Game Designers Contest of Boulogne Billancourt, Quadropolis is for 2 to 4 players ages 8 and older and takes approximately 30-60 minutes to play.

It includes 142 Building Tiles, 1 Construction Site Board, 4 Player Mats & 4 Helpers, 20 Architects, 65 Inhabitants (blue meeples) & 50 Energy Units (red barrels), 1 Urbanist & 1 Mayor Figure, 1 Scoring Pad, 1 Cloth Bag and 1 Rules Booklet.

Quadropolis is expected to be available in Europe early March and in the US early April at an expected retail price of $50/€45.

For more information you can visit the Quadropolis website at: www.daysofwonder.com/quadropolis/

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