In Welcome, As an architect, you want to build the best new town in the United States of the 1950s by adding resources to a pool, hiring employees, and more.
Plays like a roll-and-write dice game in which you mark results on a scoresheet...but without dice.
Designer : Benoit Turpin
Artist : Anne Heidsieck
App developer: Jérémie Yardin
Copyright : Blue Cocker Games
- Ice cream truck extension: only the delivered cream cones are now used for the final score
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I own the board game, and I searched the App Store curious to see if the game had an app to resolve the most clumsy part of the physical game...which is flipping the cards. I was surprised to see that the app did not supplement this feature/flaw, but instead focused on replacing the pad (which I personally enjoy). There’s nothing wrong with having a paper-free option, but if it gets to that point, why not include the cards as well? I’m having a hard time picturing myself flipping the cards (which annoys me) and then going into this wonky app to fill out my town. Please consider a card replacer (charging is fine) to make the physical game even more relaxed. I’d love to see a one button tap to display all the numbers and actions/effects each round.
The app’s page does not adequately describe the product, and the app itself doesn’t include a single page describing what is, let alone how to use it. Fairly jarring to anyone I think.
Very strange decisions. If you wanted to save paper you could of made this game a complete app to begin with.
Excellent solution for playing remotely
This is a great way to play remotely or with a large group where handing out score sheets is impractical. Thanks for this!
Perfect for game play remotely
Loving having the ability to play during quarantine. Glad that this game board exists!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.