Those with an interest in urban planning and real estate will love CitiesUp, a Kickstarter-funded board game that invites players to build their very own neighborhoods. Designed for two to four players, the immersive board game gives each participant the role of a traditional real estate investor, allowing them to purchase residential, commercial and industrial properties.
Once their community is created, players are able to supply each building with utilities like water or electricity and can charge trespassers -- rival players -- with taxes, each time anyone lands on their property.
In addition to expanding the length of their neighborhood, players will be able to build up with the winning title going to the person with the most properties purchased and tax credits earned.
CitiesUP Allows Participants to Buy and Build Neighborhoods
Jana Pijak — January 5, 2016 — Art & Design