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 Originally published as Texas by db-Spiele.

The battle between farmers and ranchers is fairly abstract. A single pawn travels on a square grid. Each player has a hand of cards face up. These each have a direction and a distance. The player can either draw a card and add it to his hand, or play a card. If he plays a card, then the pawn moves the appropriate distance to an empty square, and the player places one of his markers. Each player also has judge symbols that can each be used only once. The judge lets you move onto a previously placed opposition marker and reverse it. Players score points for each contiguous region equal to the square of the number of markers. If a player is not careful, such a move may be forced, as there is a maximum number of cards that a player may hold.

Contains rules for playing with 4 (in two partnerships of two players).

Later republished 1999 as Rosenkönig by Kosmos, as part of the two-player game series. The republication also included a re-theming of the game. The setting changed from Texas to England, and the factions changed from farmers and ranchers to the factions of the Plantagenet family from the Wars of the Roses (1455-1485) - the Lancaster (red rose) and the York (white rose) factions in a similarly abstracted fashion.

Rosenkönig is part of the Kosmos two-player series.

[語言版本] 英文
[遊戲作者] Dirk Henn
[一刷出版] 1997年
[遊戲人數] 2~2人
[遊戲時間] 30分鐘
[建議年齡] 10歲以上
[遊戲分類] 益智策略 中古世紀
[遊戲機制] 跨格子移動手牌管理
[爆腦程度] 輕量級 
[文字用量] 壓根連一個字都沒有
[家族成員] Kosmos two-player seriesWars of the Roses
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