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3-5 Players
Best of 5 players

60 Min
Playing time

Age: 12+
Minimum age


(Good - usually willing to play.)

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The board has a view of the Chinatown of New York in the late 60s. It is divided into 6 neighborhoods consisting of buildings numbered 1 to 85. A part takes place in 6 rounds.

At each round, players get revenue from the businesses they built. To generate a maximum of income, businesses of the same type must be built in adjacent buildings. Players get new buildings and businesses at the beginning of each round. Players will have to deal with their opponents, to bring together adjacent buildings and businesses of the same type.

But it's not always so simple ... In this game where everything can be traded, only the harsh market laws prevail.

Chinatown Cartes
Chinatown Cartes
Chinatown Cover
Chinatown Cover 3d
Chinatown Eclate

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Primary titleChinatown
Year published2014
Release DateSeptember 2014
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LanguagesEnglish, French
EAN Code0681706712208
Weight1.98 lbs
Size8.66 x 12.20 x 2.68 inches
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DesignersKarsten Hartwig
ArtistsFranz Vohwinkel
Mathieu Leyssenne
Z-man Games
Type of publicAmateur