Member Price:
RM 223.20
Normal Price:
RM 279.00
Stock Status:
Available
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Additional Information
Suggested Age:
10 and up
No. of Players:
3 - 4
Game Duration:
60 minutes
Designer:
Klaus Teuber
Publisher:
Catan Studio
Published:
2015

Catan (5th Edition)
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★★★ 2012 JoTa Best Game Released in Brazil Critic Award ★★★
★★★ 2011 Ludo Award Best Board Game Editor's Choice Winner ★★★
★★★ 2005 Gra Roku Game of the Year ★★★
★★★ 2004 Hra roku Winner ★★★
★★★ 1996 Origins Awards Best Fantasy or Science Fiction Board Game Winner ★★★
★★★ 1995 Spiel des Jahres Winner ★★★
★★★ 1995 Meeples' Choice Award ★★★
★★★ 1995 Essener Feder Best Written Rules Winner ★★★
★★★ 1995 Deutscher Spiele Preis Best Family/Adult Game Winner ★★★



Wildly successful and multi-award winning, Catan (5th Edition) (formerly The Settlers of Catan
has sold over 18 million copies worldwide. A socially interactive game, it is a great way to spend time with friends and family!
 
As new residents on the island of Catan, players compete to develop the most advanced community. 

Each round, you roll dice to determine which resources the island will produce for you (wood, brick, wheat, wool, ore). You may freely bargain and exchange resources with other players - And this trade is necessary to survival! You then use these resources to build roads, settlements, cities, and other developments. By building, you hope to attain 10 victory points before any other player, to win the game! 

Catan (5th Edition) ranks as a classic among European board games with its elegant and unique design. It utilizes a modular gameboard that changes with every play, constantly bringing fresh experiences to the game table. You won't see the same island twice!

Enter the world of Catan and experience this international favorite today.


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