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    Game description from the publisher:

    In the tile-laying game Sunrise City, players build a city with zone tiles, bid for control of those zones, then place building tiles on the city zones to their best advantage. Each round the players use role cards to grant them special abilities in the various game phases. Points earned during play move score tokens up a ten point track. Players score one benchmark token if their score marker overshoots the star at the top of their score track but earn two benchmarks if their token lands on the star by exact count.

    Thus, Sunrise City is not a race to score the most points; it's a contest to grow the city in a manner that will earn you the right number of points at the right time to maximize your benchmarks. After three rounds, the player with the most benchmarks wins.

    Additional Info

    Additional Info

    Designer Isaias Vallejo
    Mfg Suggested Ages 10 and up
    # of Players 2–4 Players
    User Suggested # of Players Best with 3 - 4 players / Recommended with 2-4 players
    Year Published 2012
    Artist Christopher Kirkman Sarah "Chip" Nixon
    User Suggested Ages 10 and up
    Subdomain Strategy
    Website No
    Publisher Clever Mojo Games Game Salute
    Playing Time 60 minutes
    Family Crowdfunding: Kickstarter Crowdfunding: Spieleschmiede
    Honors No
    Primary Name Sunrise City
    Expansion No
    Alternate Names
    Mechanic Auction/Bidding Card Drafting Tile Placement Variable Player Powers
    Game category City Building
    Language Dependence Extensive use of text - massive conversion needed to be playable
    Play time filter No


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