Cooking is currently very big in fashion and so it is no wonder that, there are also games on the subject. Even the Heidelberg game publisher involved in collaboration with mosquito games on the trend and brings out the classic 'A la Carte "by Kar-Heinz Schmiel in a new edition.
Even the white material to inspire. In the package put a stove and a tray made of cardboard and a small cup for each of the four chefs. Plus, there's little plastic bottles with spices and recipe and stars and coffee break plates, the sink, each one cardboard sign for the waste and the coffee break, wooden spoon and a cardboard cube.
The aim of the game is to either erkochen three stars, or to be the first 5 dishes of different kinds finished. The game is played in turn. Each player has in his train three action points. These are represented by three wooden spoons. For every action a player can either spice or heat one. When you take a seasoning of spice bottles and 4 should now give some impetus with the spices in its own pan. In order to heat the Heizwürfel will be thrown. This shows whether and how much of your own stove is turned up. But it can also happen that the herd of competitors to be changed. Even a coffee break is possible. Then, the player takes a coffee break plates. These all show a little special (wie. such as "herd share"). Each one of which may used by a player in his train.
Why all this now? In our small kitchen, there are five stacks of recipes of different color. Each recipe calls for a certain number of spices and heat. If the heat level is exceeded, or spices are three of a color in the pan, the Court failed. Disturbing is added the fact that in each of the four bottles of spices and salt is always included. This was, therefore increasing the risk of a court to verwürzen, the more spices are needed. Has made it one of the cooks, however, to complete a court so that the heat level and the number of all the spices just right and no salt is included, then he has cooked up a star. A special feature of the spices are the crepes. These are slightly cooked differently. Each round is turned up the heat by one step and then the chef try to turn the crepe in the pan for sweeping through the air. If one of the chefs met the conditions for victory, or are there any more recipes, then the game ends and he wins with the most valuable cooking dishes.
This game is aimed at families, quite clear. Simple glücksbetonte game elements take on this brilliant material. When was there ever a real pans in a board game? Is it built up, one can not escape the allure of the game. For strategists and tacticians, however, there is little capacity to influence events. That is what this game might not. This will aim to recreate the hustle and bustle in a kitchen at the table and manages outstanding. This game should not be missing in any family game night.
|Name:||A la Carte|
|Author (s):||Karl-Heinz Schmiel|
|Publisher:||Heidelberger game publisher, mosquito Games|