In Great Western Trail: Argentina, you own a large estancia in Argentina in the late 19th century, and you must travel the plains of the Pampas with your cattle to deliver them to the main train station in Buenos Aires. Great Western Trail: Argentina features similar gameplay elements to Great Western Trail, such as card management, the puck mechanism and the ability to upgrade your game board, as well as modifications to these elements and new features. The game board introduces a new type of worker - the farmer - and different paths await you on the board to confront you with more choices. Will you take the road with buildings or a path past farmers? Perhaps you'll have the chance to use your cows - well, the strength on your cow cards - to help the farmers, getting them on your side and adding grain, a new type of resource, to your income, with grain being used for boat and town tiles.
You may be able to unlock shortcuts that allow you to deliver your herd to Buenos Aires more quickly. Of course, you will lose the use of action buildings, but you may be able to catch others off guard, as the ships leave before they deliver. Reaching the central station to deliver your herd has never been more crucial, and valuable bonuses await you on the city's port tiles. Money is easier to come by in Great Western Trail: Argentina, but you have more to manage in terms of action options, shortcuts and maps (including new depletion maps), so the challenges never let up. Great Western Trail: Argentina also includes a solitaire challenge where Pedro is waiting for you to try and beat his score.
Rule, Educational Sheet ... 2 Files Available2 Files Available#Animals #Historical #Wild-west #Deckbuilding #Freight Transport #Hand Management #Placement
Contents of the box : 1 game board, 4 estancieros, 4 hats, 4 locomotives, 4 player boards, 5 tiles No. of players, 3 bags, 72 discs, 4 certificate markers, 4 grain markers, 82 coins, 57 worker tiles, 51 farmer tiles, 3 port city boards, 3 closure tiles, 18 ship tiles, 1 job market marker, 12 Trade tokens, 92 Livestock cards, 24 Objective cards, 25 Depletion cards, 8 Station Master tiles, 48 Building tiles, 1 Score pad, 1 Rulebook, 1 Appendix, 1 Solo Mode rule, 1 Specialty tile, 15 Pedro cards, 12 Load cards, 1 Pedro board, 1 Pedro Market tile.