About this item
- New York 1901 is a game involving territory control and city building during 1901
- Designed by Chenier La Salle and illustrated by Vincent Dutrait
- Family Strategy Game
- For 2-4 Players. Ages 8 +
- Time to Play: 30 to 60 min
New York 1901 is a game involving territory control and city building during 1901. Players try to score the most points by constructing, demolishing, and rebuilding skyscrapers on the famous streets of New York City. On your turn, you will have a simple choice: would you rather acquire new land to build on, or knock down your existing buildings to make room for bigger and better ones? You will need to expand your territory and construct your buildings shrewdly if you want to rise to the top of the real estate moguls of New York 1901.
Type of Game: Strategy games
Playing Time: 30 Minutes
Includes: Game board
Level of Difficulty: Advanced
Suggested Age: 8 Years and Up
Number of Players: 2-4 Players
Item Number (DPCI): 087-10-1022
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Great for Family Game Nights!
5 out of 5 stars
Ladybug21 — 2 years ago
This is our favorite family game night game. The pieces are high quality, the artwork is beautiful and the game is really fun! It is slightly complex, but a read through the rule book and you will understand it easily. I will be giving it to my siblings for Christmas so they can each play with thei...see moreof the reviewer's review