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Popular Science | 1/23/2019 | Staff
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Each year, Catan Studios releases a new version of its true classic, Settlers of Catan. Some are themed—like Star Trek or Game of Thrones—while others include new game mechanics or historical themes. The most recent release is Catan: Rise of the Inkas. The board features new artwork and includes more than 110 sculpted plastic pieces. Rise of the Inkas is for ages 12 and up, can be played with 3-4 people, and takes about an hour and a half per round. While there are some small rule variations, what makes this version of Catan unique is how it explores the rise and...
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