Treasure Chess of Armenia

$30.00
  • Treasure Chess of Armenia

Treasure Chess of Armenia

$30.00

The object of this board game is to bring families together to learn about Armenia and its unique treasures! 

The game highlights the treasures of Armenia and it is fun to play, as well as educational. We recommend it for ages 6 and above and you do not have to know how to play chess.

 

The game can be played two ways: 
1. Using Chess Moves (This is not a chess game!)
2. Regular Counting Moves.

The game box contains:
1 game board 20" X 20" Quad fold.
2 Pawns
1 Coin
1 Spinner 10" X 10"
12 Destination Cards ( Tsitsernagapert, Madenataran, Sardarabad,...) Value 3 points
26 Bonus Cards ( Haig Nahabed, Gomidas Vartabed, Sayat Nova, Sasountsi Tavit, ...) 2 points and 1 point for treasure chest cards.
4 Moves Cards ( 2 for Chess moves, 2 for Regular moves)
1 Information Sheet

Note: On each of the Destination cards and bonus cards there is information about the monument or the person.

How to play:
1. The Destination Cards and the Bonus cards are put face down in two separate piles.
2. The 1st player picks a bonus card, keeps it, and put his/her pawn on that location. 
3. The second player does the same.
4. Turn the top destination card over, put it face up on the destination card stack, and put the coin on that location. 
5. By spinning the spinner, both players compete to get to that destination.
6. Whoever reaches the destination first, takes the destination card and puts it on his/her pile. 
7. Next destination card is turned over and the game continues like steps 5 and 6. 
8. When all destination cards are taken, the player with the most points wins.

On the spinner, there are 12 outcomes; 6 moves and 6 actions, which makes the game more interesting. For example, if a player spins "Take opponent's card", he/she will take the top card from the opponent's stack. Another action is "change places" and this becomes especially interesting if the opponent is near the destination and has to move away from it!

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The object of this board game is to bring families together to learn about Armenia and its unique treasures! 

The game highlights the treasures of Armenia and it is fun to play, as well as educational. We recommend it for ages 6 and above and you do not have to know how to play chess.

 

The game can be played two ways: 
1. Using Chess Moves (This is not a chess game!)
2. Regular Counting Moves.

The game box contains:
1 game board 20" X 20" Quad fold.
2 Pawns
1 Coin
1 Spinner 10" X 10"
12 Destination Cards ( Tsitsernagapert, Madenataran, Sardarabad,...) Value 3 points
26 Bonus Cards ( Haig Nahabed, Gomidas Vartabed, Sayat Nova, Sasountsi Tavit, ...) 2 points and 1 point for treasure chest cards.
4 Moves Cards ( 2 for Chess moves, 2 for Regular moves)
1 Information Sheet

Note: On each of the Destination cards and bonus cards there is information about the monument or the person.

How to play:
1. The Destination Cards and the Bonus cards are put face down in two separate piles.
2. The 1st player picks a bonus card, keeps it, and put his/her pawn on that location. 
3. The second player does the same.
4. Turn the top destination card over, put it face up on the destination card stack, and put the coin on that location. 
5. By spinning the spinner, both players compete to get to that destination.
6. Whoever reaches the destination first, takes the destination card and puts it on his/her pile. 
7. Next destination card is turned over and the game continues like steps 5 and 6. 
8. When all destination cards are taken, the player with the most points wins.

On the spinner, there are 12 outcomes; 6 moves and 6 actions, which makes the game more interesting. For example, if a player spins "Take opponent's card", he/she will take the top card from the opponent's stack. Another action is "change places" and this becomes especially interesting if the opponent is near the destination and has to move away from it!