• Niagara

Game Details Players: 3 to 5 Age: 8 and up Time: 30-45 minutes
Publisher: Rio Grande Games Designer(s): Thomas Liesching


MYR289.00 MYR259.00

In the wild rapids of the Niagara River, fearless canoers battle the water and each other to collect gems along the riverbank. Of course, the most valuable gems are found furthest down-river, close to the waterfall. Yes, there is a waterfall, and careless canoers can fall over the waterfall. Also, players must return collected gems to land in order to be counted. At the end, the player who collects the most value in gems is the winner.

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Weight (kg): 2.5 Sleeve size: n/a
BGC Marks Earned+259 (what is this?)
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Niagara is set in the not particularly safe world of rushing waterfalls. In the late 18th Century, the Shawnee and Iroquois Indians pointed white Desperadoes, Mercenaries and Adventurers in the direction of hidden caches of valuable jewels, in the hopes of turning them against one another and away from their territorial expansion ambitions. Players play as some of those Adventurers.

The first player to be able to claim ownership of five jewels is the winner. But the chase after the riches has some snags. The speed of the river is always changing, since the speed depends on the decisions of the players and the changeable weather. And once a canoe goes over the falls, it's a hefty investment to replace it. And there are also the Desperadoes to contend with, who aren't above trying to plunder the riches from Adventurers returning home. Niagara is distinguished by an innovative movement mechanic as well as a beautiful three-dimensional rendering of the waterfall setting.


  • 2008 Årets Spel Best Family Game Winner
  • 2006 Golden Geek Best Kids' Board Game Nominee
  • 2006 Golden Geek Best Family Board Game Nominee
  • 2005 Spiel des Jahres Winner
  • 2005 Spiel des Jahres Nominee
  • 2005 Nederlandse Spellenprijs Nominee
  • 2005 Mensa Select Winner
  • 2005 Japan Boardgame Prize Best Foreign Game for Beginners
  • 2005 Deutscher Spiele Preis Best Family/Adult Game 2nd Place

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