Glasgow is a tile-laying, resource management game by Mandela Fernandez-Grandon where two players compete to become the most successful merchant in the city. Players begin the game with one stone and one steel in their warehouse, and then proceed to take turns using actions to create buildings out of their resources. The game lasts until 20 buildings fill the city grid, and then they count up their victory points. The player with the most points wins the game.
The game box comes with 2 player boards, 14 contract tiles, 36 building tiles, 4 depot tiles, 2 player tokens, 10 wooden brick tokens, 8 wooden steel tokens, 6 wooden gold tokens, a wooden whiskey barrel, and a rulebook. It is for two players, ages 10 and up, plays in 30 minutes, and retails for $29.99.
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