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|−|The game is played over 10 rounds. |+|
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|−|Each round the dice are rolled (5 for 4 player, 4 for 3 players and 3 for 2 players). |+|
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|−|After that each player picks one of the dice and either the red or blue farmer and moves that farmer for the amount of eyes of the dice clockwise. |+|
each player the the the of the .
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collect the animals where the farmer ends and place them in the same color farm (there are two farms, blue and red). |+|
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|−|After each player picked a dice, moved the farmer, and placed the animals the next round starts. |+|
|−|Farmers may not share the same space. If the farmer lands on the other farmer it moves one further. |+|
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|−|There are 3 milks at the start of the game per player. |+|
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|−|You can use milk to increase or decrease the dice by one per milk (may never end to be 0) |+|
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*most horses gets 10 pointsgets 6 points (0 points in 2player ). In case of a draw players get 10 points place points .
|−|You score for milk, farm balance and animals. |+|
*Forest 1481218 points
|−|*Milk: 1 point per milk left at the end of the game | |
|−|*Balance: -1 point per difference in the amount of animals (10,10 = 0, 8,12 = -4, 6,14 = -8, etc.) | |
|−|===Animals=== | |
|−|For some animals (pig, sheep, cow+calf) you score if they are adjacent in the same farm. | |
|−|*Pigs: 1 point per pig, 6 per adjacent pair. | |
|−|*Sheep: 0 point for a solo pig, 2 for a pair, 12 for a triple | |
|−|*Chicken: 2 point per chicken | |
|−|*Cows and Calves: number of cows * number of calves which are adjacent to each other. | |
|−|*Horses: Player with most horses gets 10 points , 2nd gets 6 points (0 points in 2 player). In case of a draw 2 players get 10 points , nobody gets 2nd place points. | |
Friends: can be across both farms: scored for set of different types: 1 = 1 , 2 = 4 points, 3 = 8 points, 4 = 12 points, 5 = 18 points . | |
Each player places animals in their two farms, red and blue, over 10 rounds to gain the most points.
During a round, dice (equal to the number of players +1) are rolled. On your turn pick a die and move a farmer meeple clockwise that number of spaces and collect the two animals depicted on the space that you land on. If you move the red farmer, you place the animals on your red farm. If you move the blue farmer, you place the animals on your blue farm.
Farmers may not share the same space. If the number on the chosen die would land you on the other farmer's spot, you land one space farther.
A round ends once each player has placed two animals. With the remaining die, rotate the top wheel clockwise the number of spaces equal to the die value.
You have the option to spend milk to change the number on the die to be a lower or higher number. Each player starts with 3 milk cartons and any milk remaining by the end of the game is 1 point each.
1 point per milk remaining
Aim to have an equal number of animals across your farms. Any difference in numbers is minus points. For example if you have 10 animals on your red farm and 8 animals on your blue farm, you will get -2 points.
Some animals are scored per farm:
- 1 pig = 1 point
- 2 pigs = 6 points (orthogonally adjacent)
- 1 sheep = 0 points
- 2 sheep = 2 points (orthogonally adjacent)
- 3 sheep = 12 points (orthogonally adjacent)
- Each chicken = 2 points
- Cows and calves (orthogonally adjacent) are multiplied, e.g. 2 cows x 4 calves = 8 points
Other animals are scored across both farms:
- Whoever has most horses gets 10 points. The player with the second most gets 6 points (0 points in a 2-player game). In the case of a draw both players get 10 points and second place points do not apply.
- Forest friends (all other animals) give you 1/4/8/12/18 points per set of unique animals