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Bohnanza
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Bohnanza

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Bohnanza

This great card game designed by Uwe Rosenberg is about planting, trading, and selling beans, 11 kinds of beans. Players try to collect large sets of beans to sell for gold. There is limited growing space and always new beans to plant. To avoid planting unwanted beans, players trade them to other players who want them for their bean fields. 

  • For 2-7 players
  • Takes about 45 minutes to play

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Got introduced to this game when I was younger and I loved it but playing it again recently it just felt a little bit too slow. Nevertheless, there are definitely a lot of people that love this game and it does a great job of encouraging negotiation and interaction with the other players. If you love the negotiation aspect of Settlers of Catan you will probably enjoy this game.
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by Campbell on March 9th 2015

Got introduced to this game when I was younger and I loved it but playing it again recently it just felt a little bit too slow. Nevertheless, there are definitely a lot of people that love this game and it does a great job of encouraging negotiation and interaction with the other players. If you love the negotiation aspect of Settlers of Catan you will probably enjoy this game.

I bought this game after seeing it was designed by Uwe Rosenberg of Agricola fame. This is also about farming, but bean farming, although really it's all about trading, negotiation and hand management. Each round you plant a few beans, then gain a few beans from the draw deck which you can either take yourself or convince other players to take (either for free or to trade you something you want more). The most interesting aspect is the need to keep your cards in the order they were dealt which critically makes it harder to plant beans of the same type together, forcing you to be clever about getting rid of beans in your hand which are "in the way" of the ones you want to plant next. Really fun, great interactivity, and reasonably simple to learn and teach. Plays quite well with 2 players as well, though the 2 player game is played with slightly different rules. Recommended.
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by Nicolie on January 11th 2014

I bought this game after seeing it was designed by Uwe Rosenberg of Agricola fame. This is also about farming, but bean farming, although really it's all about trading, negotiation and hand management. Each round you plant a few beans, then gain a few beans from the draw deck which you can either take yourself or convince other players to take (either for free or to trade you something you want more). The most interesting aspect is the need to keep your cards in the order they were dealt which critically makes it harder to plant beans of the same type together, forcing you to be clever about getting rid of beans in your hand which are "in the way" of the ones you want to plant next. Really fun, great interactivity, and reasonably simple to learn and teach. Plays quite well with 2 players as well, though the 2 player game is played with slightly different rules. Recommended.

Before creating the celebrated Agricola in 2007, 1997 saw Uwe Rosenberg design Bohnanza, ranked 239th on Board Game Geek at the time of writing (25th November, 2013) - bear in mind there are over 67,000 titles listed on the 'Geek so staying in the top 300 all this time is quite an achievement! Players receive bean cards that they aren't permitted to re-order in their hands, and are forced to plant the top-most card. Before planting, however, players draw two additional cards from the draw pile and may negotiate trades with all other players. This is the only way to rid unwanted beans from hands and with the right crowd, works to raucous effect. As each players' bean fields are restricted in number, if the next bean they must plant doesn't match a crop currently growing, an existing field is harvested regardless of score to make way for the incoming bean. To earn points, players need to plant as many of the same bean as possible to then harvest for varying point brackets depending on quantity. Each harvest leaves a number of beans turned face down to represent coins/score earned, decreasing the distribution of that bean for the next reshuffle. As a game that emphasises conversation and player interaction, it's a wonderful social game and works well with extroverts. Introverts may be a little overwhelmed by how lively offers can be made, but group leaders or session teachers can easily moderate interaction to help shy folks get into the action. A fantastic game that all exists in a deck of cards, with each bean type hilariously illustrated in humanistic caricatures. Simple enough for new-comers with plenty of wild trading on offer for seasoned gamers. A classic that belongs in every collection!
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by Timothy on November 25th 2013

Before creating the celebrated Agricola in 2007, 1997 saw Uwe Rosenberg design Bohnanza, ranked 239th on Board Game Geek at the time of writing (25th November, 2013) - bear in mind there are over 67,000 titles listed on the 'Geek so staying in the top 300 all this time is quite an achievement! Players receive bean cards that they aren't permitted to re-order in their hands, and are forced to plant the top-most card. Before planting, however, players draw two additional cards from the draw pile and may negotiate trades with all other players. This is the only way to rid unwanted beans from hands and with the right crowd, works to raucous effect. As each players' bean fields are restricted in number, if the next bean they must plant doesn't match a crop currently growing, an existing field is harvested regardless of score to make way for the incoming bean. To earn points, players need to plant as many of the same bean as possible to then harvest for varying point brackets depending on quantity. Each harvest leaves a number of beans turned face down to represent coins/score earned, decreasing the distribution of that bean for the next reshuffle. As a game that emphasises conversation and player interaction, it's a wonderful social game and works well with extroverts. Introverts may be a little overwhelmed by how lively offers can be made, but group leaders or session teachers can easily moderate interaction to help shy folks get into the action. A fantastic game that all exists in a deck of cards, with each bean type hilariously illustrated in humanistic caricatures. Simple enough for new-comers with plenty of wild trading on offer for seasoned gamers. A classic that belongs in every collection!

This seemingly simple game does involve quite a bit of strategic planning. The rules which states you must play cards in order received, and must play or otherwise dispose of cards you pick up allow for some difficult decisions. We've played it as a family with kids 6-9. The youngest quickly learned the strategies to play. While our first games were not as close in points, subsequent games end up being within a point or 2 of each other. The last shuffle goes by very quickly which introduces another strategic element to the game. As other posters said, it may not be a game for seasoned adult game players, but is good for casual play and for kids.
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by Brian on July 23rd 2013

This seemingly simple game does involve quite a bit of strategic planning. The rules which states you must play cards in order received, and must play or otherwise dispose of cards you pick up allow for some difficult decisions. We've played it as a family with kids 6-9. The youngest quickly learned the strategies to play. While our first games were not as close in points, subsequent games end up being within a point or 2 of each other. The last shuffle goes by very quickly which introduces another strategic element to the game. As other posters said, it may not be a game for seasoned adult game players, but is good for casual play and for kids.

This is one of my favourite games. It is quick to learn and great fun. Basically just plant beans and trade them to get as much gold as possible. Ideal number of people to play is 4-5. The two player dual version has too many extra rules and is not as fun. The 6-7 player game involves different cards, but can take a lot longer between turns, then ends very suddenly.
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by Shaun on July 14th 2013

This is one of my favourite games. It is quick to learn and great fun. Basically just plant beans and trade them to get as much gold as possible. Ideal number of people to play is 4-5. The two player dual version has too many extra rules and is not as fun. The 6-7 player game involves different cards, but can take a lot longer between turns, then ends very suddenly.

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