agricola revised edition review

Agricola Revised Edition Board Game Review


Name: Agricola Revised Edition

BGG Weight: 3.47 / 5

Year Published: 2016

Publisher: Lookout Games

Designer: Uwe Rosenberg

Number of Players: 1-4

Playing Time: 30 minutes per player

Game Category/Theme: Farming, Economic

Mechanics: Enclosure, Hand Management, Worker Placement



Strategy: 9.0

Complexity: 8.5

Player Interaction: 7.5

Replayability: 9.0

Game Rating: 9.0

Cost: 6.0



Weight Rating = (8.5 + 9.0) = 17.5

Playability rating =[(9.0 + 7.5 + 9.0) – 8.5] = 17.0

Play Rating score = (17.5 + 17.0) x 2 = 69.0

Value Rating = 69.0 / 6.0 = 11.5


Final Score Rating = 69.0 + 11.5 = 80.50



Agricola Revised Edition is an excellent farming-themed board game with a high level of strategy and replayability. It requires players to manage their resources efficiently, plan their moves carefully, and make difficult decisions about which actions to take. The game is challenging but rewarding, and the variety of cards and occupations available ensures that each game is unique.

One downside to the game is that it can be quite complex, with many different rules and mechanics to keep track of. This may make it difficult for new players to learn, but once they get the hang of it, the game can be incredibly satisfying.

Agricola Revised Edition can be played solo or with up to four players. While the game does have some player interaction, it is not the main focus, and players can still have a great time even if they don’t interact much with each other.


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