Llama farming is the theme for Lookout Games’ new family-friendly game Llamaland, created by Barenpark designer Phil Walker-Harding.  It will be available in North America through Asmodee.

In Llamaland, players try to operate their farms located precariously on the slopes of mountains and hills, attracting llamas to help with the task.  Players take turns adding land tiles to their farm so they can gather the potatoes, corn, and cacao they need to acquire llama cards.  The cards can award victory points and llamas that are then placed on their farm, while character cards grant players special actions each turn.  At the end of the game, the player with the most valuable combination of llama cards, crops, and completed objectives wins the game.

Llamaland is intended for 2 to 4 players, ages 10 and up.  Games take about 45 minutes to play.  It comes with 4 starter boards, 72 tiles, 33 wooden llamas, 36 crop tokens, 16 other markers, 24 coins, 1 shepherd’s crook, 100 cards, and a score pad.  MSRP is $39.99.

Click Gallery below to see components from the game.

Lookout Games is also releasing Great Plains this month (see “Foxes Battle Snakes for Control of the ‘Great Plains’”).