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Iki

Iki

Sorry We Are French

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2-4 players | 60-90 min | Ages 14+

Rondel, Pattern building, set collection

Live an entire year in Edo (17th-19th century Tokyo) and try to become the best Edokko, the "Child of Edo," by participating in the well-being and prosperity of Edo and its citizens. Hire characters with various skills, make them work in the main street of Nihonbashi, and increase their experience until it's time for them to retire.

In this game, not only are there artisans, but street vendors, sellers at the shops, and professions unique to this time and age. The goal of this game is to personify what is known as "IKI," an ancient philosophy believed to be the ideal way of living among people in Edo. Knowing the subtleties of human nature, being refined and attractive — these are all elements of a true IKI master.

Contents

- 1 double-sided game board

- 4 double-sided player boards

- 60 Character cards

- 10 Building cards

- 36 Player pieces

- 50 Resources

- 56 coins (1 and 4 value)

- 28 Sandal tokens

- 12 Koban tokens

- 8 Fish tokens

- 8 Pipe tokens

- 8 Tobacco Pouch tokens

- 4 Fire tiles

- 5 Special tokens

- 1 Calendar marker

- 1 Sun & 1 Moon tokens

- 12 Blocking tiles

- 1 scorepad

- 1 rulebook (download here)

Game info

Dimensions: 11.8 x 11.8 x 2.8 in

Weight: 4.01 lbs

Release date: October 15, 2021

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  • Gameosity

    "Iki is a beautiful, tight game with fantastic production and lots of brain-burning strategy. You won't get to do everything the game offers, but the variety of strategies and the ever-changing boardscape keeps gameplay engaging and fun."

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  • Meeple Mountain

    "Playing Iki is more than just an enjoyable way to pass some time. It’s a journey of discovery as you peel away the game’s layers one by one and discover the unseen pleasures that hide beneath."

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  • SAHM Reviews

    "There’s a lot going on in Iki, but it’s actually not overwhelming difficult to understand. With multiple ways to earn points, you can select a path and if it isn’t successful then try a different way the next time."

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