SECOND CHANCE BOARD GAME GUIDE

Second Chance is a very light and breezy roll-n-write game about fitting Tetris pieces into your own personal grid. This may be one of the easiest games out there to play, but with a diminishing pool of wold shapes and your grid closing up, there is plenty of things to think about and edges to gain over your opponents.

Each round you have the choice between two puzzle tiles. Draw one of them into your grid. If you cannot fit either of the two tiles, you receive a Second Chance! If you manage to fit it you move on, if not you are out. Draw puzzle tiles in your grid to fill it out completely as possible. If you have the fewest empty squares by the end of the game, you win.

RELEASE YEAR: 2019

PLAYERS: 1 – 6

GAME TIME: 10 – 15 minutes

GENRE: Roll-N-Write Puzzle

SECOND CHANCE - INTERESTING FACTS

Second Chance was designed by game legend Uwe Rosenberg. He is the father of nonconfrontational worker placement games being behind all the greats like Agricola and Caverna.

Second Chance was published by Stronghold Games who also released hugely popular Terraforming Mars and is the master of many roll-n-writes repping games like German That's Pretty Clever.

SECOND CHANCE - USEFUL LINKS

SECOND CHANCE - FAQ

No one. Turns happen simultaneously so there is no need for an order.
No, the colors are meaningless. They are just a nice way to spruce up the board.
This is to show you overall how many of each shape are available in the pool of cards. This way you can plan probabilities of what might come.
Yes. There is only the possibility of one per turn but you can have them multiple turns in a row. You would just keep needing to get saves and move on.

SECOND CHANCE - EDITORIAL

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SECOND CHANCE - VIDEOS

VIDEO: Second Chance Review 
by Dice Tower [TRT 8:17]

 

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