FORT BOARD GAME GUIDE

Fort is a thematic deck building and hand management game that will take you back to your youth. Everything you do, from gaining "currency" in the form of pizza and toys, feeds into this schoolyard theme perfectly and the mechanics all flow seamlessly with one another. Cards can be used in different ways and actions have many different levels of who is doing what. This is a great game for the whole family.

You're a kid! And like many kids, you want to grow your circle of friends, collect pizza and toys, and build the coolest fort. By doing this cool stuff, you'll score victory points, and at the end of the game, the player with the most victory points wins! Your cards not only let you take actions on your own turn but also let you follow the other players' actions on their turns.

RELEASE YEAR: 2020

PLAYERS: 2 – 4

GAME TIME: 20 – 40 minutes

GENRE: Hand Management / Deck Building

FORT - INTERESTING FACTS

Fort was designed by Grant Rodiek who also created games such as Cry Havoc (2016), Hocus (2016) and Farmageddon (2012).

Publisher Leder Games is all about asymmetrical titles which can be seen in hit games such as Root, Vast, Oath and now Fort.

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FORT - FAQ

For this particular game no. Leder CEO Patrick Leder says he takes projects game by game. On the subject, he says "I like the rush of KS, but the amount of work it now creates, I question the costs. There is a ton of customer support with this many direct consumers. That being said its fun to engage the community."
The four player options are red, yellow, green and orange.
There is no set rule, use your randomizer of choice.
Yes, once you have mastered the main game there is a change you can make to be more in control of your starting deck. Instead of just drawing your 8 cards from the park deck, you instead have a draft with all other players. You take one card at a time and pass your stack to the left until you have a total of 8.
No, whichever of the two you choose you must take all of that type.
Yes, you can always play of the leader's cards as long as you have a card of the same suit to discard and you are able to take the benefit the action would provide.

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