Reiner Knizia's
Tigris & Euphrates
Release date: November 15, 2011
Category: strategy, tile placement
Price: $4.99

"Tigris and Euphrates is exceptional..." - iOS Board Games

Play Reiner Knizia's masterpiece anywhere, anytime!
Tigris & Euphrates is set in the ancient fertile crescent with players building civilizations through tile placement.

"The inner circle of [board game] apps would now include Tigris & Euphrates" - The dish
"Codito is ... giving Days of Wonder a run for their money."- iPadBoardGames.org
"This is an absolute must-have app for iOS board gamers and those looking for a fresh experience." - Board Game Muse

Now also available for Android devices!  Buy it on Google Play!

Players are given four different leaders: farmer, trader, priest, and king. The leaders are used to collect various victory points throughout the game.

However, your score at the end of the game is the number of points in your weakest category, so you must develop your civilization in as balanced a way as possible.

Conflict arises when kingdoms connect and leaders clash on the board, with only one leader of each type surviving.

With stunning HD graphics and trademark attention to detail and theme, this latest offering from developer and publisher Sage Board Games makes it simple and entertaining to play a quick game of Tigris & Euphrates with your friends or by yourself -- no matter where you are!

Combining deep strategy with an intuitive and beautiful visual presentation, Tigris draws you into the ancient world of kingdoms and monuments and will bring you back for more, time and time again.

With no setup time required, no pieces to lose, and no arguments about the rules, the future of board games is here and Tigris & Euphrates gives you exactly what you want -- to play!

Features
Universal app tested on iOS 3.1.3 through iOS 5.0
Android version supports 2.3.3+
Glorious graphics
Immersive Persian theme and music, or play your own iPod music
Full tutorial and in-game hints
Support for 3 modes of play:
- Solo play with varying degrees of AI difficulty
- "Pass and play" with 2 to 4 local human players with or without AI
- Turn-based multiplayer using Game Center (iOS only)

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