Capstone Games is happy to announce that in collaboration with Deep Print Games their next game Renature comes from legendary designers Wolfgang Kramer and Michael Kiesling. This is the next game in the Simply Complex line which has games with beautiful table presence, low rules overhead, and deep gameplay. This game for 2-4 players ages 8 and up and will take around 45 to 60 minutes. It will be available worldwide on October 28, 2020 with a suggested retail price of $49.95.
Help nature reclaim what is hers by restoring a polluted valley to its pristine state. Place your animal dominoes along the course of a brook and replant the surrounding land to score points. But when is the best moment to plant each of your various plants? And where are the best spots to do so? These are the questions you must answer to win.
In Renature, each player has dominoes with animals on them and a number of different plants. On your turn, you place a domino from your hand so that it matches all its neighbors. Then, you may place a plant beside it in an area. You gain points based on the size and number of plants there, and hopefully later again when the area is scored – either because it is surrounded by dominoes or at the end of the game.
The best players know how to manage their hands to form a long term strategy and adapt to surprises, how to figure out and block their opponents’ designs, and how heavily to commit to each of the many tense contests that occur across the board.
Underneath an easy rule set lies a multitude of tricky decisions and tactical possibilities. This, combined with the stunning look and beautiful theme, makes Renature a great fit for casual players and heavy gamers alike.
If you’re looking for a game to play with newer players but that still offers deeper strategies for the seasoned gamer this might be the game for you. Stay tuned to Gaming Trend for all your tabletop news.
A father of three with a degree in Mathematics, Jason has spent the last 4 years building his passion for tabletop games. With a collection of well over 300 games he spends a night each week with his family introducing them to new concepts and equipping them with problem-solving skills. Jason enjoys a large variety of games but some of his favorite include Architects of the West Kingdom, Blood Rage, and Terraforming Mars.