It's amazing what people will do for a shiny piece of metal. At least, that's what the animals in Tiny Towns have figured out. While digging out a hole in a hill to make more space, they came across a seemingly useless metal. It wasn't good for building, but melting it down and turning it into little discs has really taken off. Now, everyone wants these "coins." And that's just what Fortune, the new Tiny Towns expansion, brings to the game. You can pick up your copies now.
From the website:
In Tiny Towns: Fortune, the creatures of the forest have found a way to trick each other into thinking shiny bits of metal have arbitrary value. It’s very useful—so much so that you can use this thing called “money” to get other creatures to give you almost anything in return for the right number of shiny bits. If only earning money weren’t so difficult!
These shiny bits are called Quercs, but for some reason everyone always ends up calling them “coins.” When the creatures of the forest ran out of space and began digging into the hills to make room, they came across a fairly useless metal. It’s no good for building, so they melted it down and molded it into the small circles now known as Quercs. Even a single Querc is valuable enough to increase the worth of a town or be traded for different building resources. Surely this new “money” thing will bring nothing but good fortune and kindness to the creatures of