Indonesia and The Great Zimbabwe to U.S. trade audiences.
Indonesia is an area control and bidding game designed by Jeroen Doumen and Joris Wiersinga. Players are merchants, building an economy and trying to acquire the most money. Players can purchase production companies which produce goods, and shipping companies which deliver the goods to cities. As the cities grow, their demand increases. There are three eras in the game. When only one type of company is left, an era ends. Each new era introduces new cities, companies and types of goods. At the end of the third era, the player with the most money wins.
The game is for 2 – 5 players, ages 14 and up, and plays in 180 - 240 minutes. The game will release in late 2016. MSRP was not announced.
The game is for 2 – 5 players, ages 14 and up, and plays in 90 - 150 minutes. The game will release in early 2017. MSRP was not announced.