Look, we've all had friends and coworkers that you just can't rely on. You ask them to do something. They say they're going to do it. But then you wait, and wait, and wait... and they just never show up. WizKids has brought that to the tabletop with Age of Dirt: The Game of Uncivilization, a new worker-placement game where sometimes your workers get lost or wander off and don't always do what you need them to do. You can pick up your copy now.
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Wizkids is pleased to announce that Age of Dirt: A Game of Uncivilization, a worker placement game with stupid workers, is available now in North American game stores!
In this worker placement game of uncivilization, you are the chief of a prehistoric clan similar to the Neanderthals, seeking to lead your clan to become the best in the valley! Your clan members will collect resources in order to build your “crazy” inventions. Or, at least, you hope they do. You see, while your leadership skills are excellent, your people are…not the most intelligent of workers. Forgetful and lazy, they’re not always reliable, which can lead to complications in your plans. To build the greatest uncivilization in the prehistoric land, you must send them out to collect resources, or spend resources in order to expand their cave.
In order to for your workers to return, however, you must send them through “The Passage,” a tower in which you drop your meeples. Flaps inserted into the tower may stop your workers from making it to the bottom. In these cases, your workers have lost their way and will not deliver their resources on this turn. You may, later in the game, rescue your workers from The Passage, but beware, for there are predators lurking within. The game also features event cards, which can change the game significantly and allow one chief to pull ahead of the others. Age of Dirt is available now, so pick it up it at your Friendly Local Game Store or online today!