APE’s amusing theme-park  building card game

Arcadia

Step right up and play APE’s new card game of theme park construction. Compete with fellow park owners to build the amusement park of your dreams. Hire builders, inspectors, and other professionals to add rides, shows, midway attractions and shows.

Experts in various fields can get attractions built even faster. Start with a simple teacup ride and add charming carousels, roller coasters, acrobats, shooting galleries, and even a Meet the Characters restaurant!

Contents

Building the amusement park of your dreams is easier than ever!

1

Rulebook

Full-color, easy-to-read rulebook. You can download the rulebook here.

40

Attraction Cards

Players move across the board setting up dig sites and collecting bones. The board also tracks museum categories and the game round/phase.

84

Job Cards

Collect jobs and trad them in for attractions

20

Expert Cards

Like jobs, experts can be collected and traded in for attractions. Experts provide more talent icons than jobs.

16

Critic Cards

Critics provide additional points at the end of the game for parks that match that criteria.

1

Year End and Tracker Cards, and Token

Arcadia is played played over four ‘years’, tracked with these cards.

Description

Players take on the roles of amusement park owners in this theme park building card game from APE. Hire laborers with various skills, and trade them in to build amusement park attractions of varying types including rides, shows, food and midway. Build off your base to get increasingly higher level attractions and get bonus points for building a park that appeals to critics.

With family-friendly play and adorable art by Kim Smith, Arcadia is sure to appeal to the armchair park designer in everyone!

Arcadia Unboxing

Roll Call does an unboxing and explanation of Arcadia.

Arcadia Overview with BGG

Kevin talked to Beth Heile at BGG about Arcadia while at Gen Con.

Dice Tower Review of Arcadia

Tom Vasel at The Dice Tower reviewed Arcadia, and likes it!

Designers

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Greg Bush is an image processing engineer by day and a game designer
by night.  He uses a love of math and tons of spreadsheets to develop
games that are both well-balanced and fun to play.  Arcadia is his
first published game, though there a few others in the works.

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Phil Chase has been an educator for over twenty years in both public and private school systems. A board game and role-playing enthusiast since childhood, Phil published his first board game, Theophrastus, in 2002. Since then, he has published four more titles: Grand Tribunal, Gemstones, Digger’s Garden Match, and most recently, Arcadia. He now concentrates his creative energies toward his passions for writing. His short stories appear in the 2016 editions of Valves and Vixens and A Dose of Murder, Mystery, and Mayhem, available through major booksellers. His co-authored epistolary-format Web fiction, Rackham and Crane, can be found at http://www.the-epistolary.org/rackhamandcrane/.

Players, Ages  & Time

Arcadia can be played by 2-4 players, ages 8+ in about 60 minutes.

  • 2-4 players

  • ages 8+

  • 60 minutes

Buy Arcadia!

$ 15

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Arcadia Attraction Cards

Arcadia News

Arcadia Replacement Cards

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The cards that were in the games sold at Gen Con 2015 (and only Gen Con) had several misprints. This led to long, boring games because the jobs and experts…

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  • Michael Theriot says:

    Hey there, I just bought a retail version of Arcadia, well I assume it was I got it from miniature market. Just watched the tom vessel review stating that I need new cards to “fix” the game. Just checking to see if I need the new set. How can I tell!? Please advise thank you.

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