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Bittyburg is a minimalist city planning game designed flippantly as the result of an offhand challenge to make a game of this type without using the concept of "adjacency". The result became something I'm actually quite proud of that is easy to learn, plays quickly, and has a fairly broad decision space.

Bittyburg Civic Pride Edition is a more refined take on the original game, with plenty more municipal buildings, a reconsidered approach to residential buildings, and some extra rules that make building placement matter more. You can download the PDF here, or if you'd like a box to put on your shelf, you can pick it up on GameCrafter.

For more information, check out this Bittyburg Review on Inquisitive Meeple.

Changelog:

  • 12/03/2020: Added large-print playsheet for Civic Pride Edition.
  • 11/03/2020: Added Civic Pride Edition files, including box design.
  • 09/08/2019: Added more verbose rules, adjusted order of zones to improve flow, added Rec Centre municipal building and replaced Dock with Garbage Dump.

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Click download now to get access to the following files:

Bittyburg Civic Pride 08 Rules.pdf 101 kB
Bittyburg Civic Pride Playsheet 08.pdf 73 kB
Bittyburg Civic Pride Large Playsheet 08.pdf 70 kB
Bittyburg CP 08 Box Top.png 392 kB
Bittyburg CP 08 Box Bottom.png 413 kB
Bittyburg v2 Rules.pdf 56 kB
Bittyburg v2 Rules BW.pdf 56 kB
Bittyburg v2 2 Sheet.pdf 46 kB
Bittyburg v2 2 Sheet BW.pdf 46 kB
Bittyburg V1 Multiplayer Colour.pdf 46 kB
Bittyburg V1 Multiplayer.pdf 46 kB
Bittyburg V1 Solo Colour.pdf 47 kB
Bittyburg V1 Solo.pdf 46 kB

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Played this late last night. First game I ended up with -11 points. Second game I ended up with 13 points. 

I am really digging this style of game.  It's super fun and I like the theme. 

I'm going through and trying all of your solo games now. Can you recommend any games by other people to someone who is new to the print and play world?

Hey, thanks for playing! Here's a couple that I like:

https://alexandershen.itch.io/honeycomb-cavern

https://www.pnparcade.com/products/doom-realm

https://www.pnparcade.com/collections/free-games/products/utopia-engine

https://www.pnparcade.com/products/night-class?_pos=3&_sid=7331980ae&_ss=r

https://www.pnparcade.com/products/racing-stars?_pos=29&_sid=7edb93a2f&_ss=r

https://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/43691/delve-dice-game

https://www.boardgamegeek.com/boardgame/232661/ada-lovelace-consulting-mathemati...

Lo he jugado varias veces, y creo que es complicado seguir la puntuación a medida que juegas si no lo vas apuntando.

Creo conveniente crear un sistema de puntuación intermedia a medida que vas jugando para saber qué colocar.

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> 1 to 99 players

but you only have 2 dice, 20 turns to play, how would they play all together?

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Use the same dice for the whole group. At a certain point you might need someone calling, like in bingo.

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Nice game, you can present the game in the 2nd ROLL & WRITE GAME DESIGN CONTEST in BGG

https://boardgamegeek.com/thread/2251187/2nd-roll-write-game-design-contest/page/1

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Oh hey, that's a good idea, it's been a while since I did a BGG contest.