Glass Road is the official tablet version of Uwe Rosenberg’s Glass Road board game.
STORY: The Glass Road is a 150-mile long path through the Bavarian Forest near the border to the Czech Republic in Germany which was one of the biggest center of Glassworks and Brickworks in the 18th century and now you can become part of this world in this game.
== THE GAME ==
In Glass Road, you will produce glass and bricks and collect wood, clay and many other resources to build buildings and create your own landscape.
To accomplish this task, you will need the help of a variety of specialists. You have to choose 5 of them in every round but when choosing your specialists, try to anticipate which ones your opponents will choose to use your own more effectively. So carefully choose cards that you think no other player will choose to use them more effectively, but also choose some that you think will be played by other players to benefit from that as well.
== PEOPLE ==
What people said about the board game:
“This game is amazing! How much depth and how much consciousness there is, tide in such a small, tiny, fast, elegant game!” /Rahdo/
“Glass Road is a very deep and engaging euro that offers you a wealth of deep strategic and tactical choices and very little luck in a very short and elegant design. I would go as far as saying that there is no other game that I have played that achieves these levels of depth in that short of a playing time.” /F. Liouville – BGG/
“I started to play more and more and I realized all the subversive strategies in this game!…
….In fact, from the Solo experience I really do enjoyed this game!” /Tox – Crits Happen/
“If you’re a fan of Uwe Rosenberg’s other titles, get this game. If you like having many – almost too many – strategic choices to make in each turn, get this game. If the production wheel concept intrigues you, get this game. In short, if you want a good, fun, medium-weight Euro-style game add Glass Road to your collection.” /Walt Mueller – boardgamequest/
== FEATURES ==
– Optimized for tablets
– Single player mode
– 2 & 3-4 player mode
– Easy and Hard AI opponents
– Online 2 player mode
– Online public and private rooms
– Pass and Play mode
– Tutorial, rule book and cards & building reference
– Original board game graphics
– Detailed scoring at the end of the game
– German language support
– Optimization to phones
== UWE ROSENBERG ==
Uwe Rosenberg is an award-winning German game designer. He is well known for the development of innovative card game mechanisms. Another main point of his work is the research-intensive games, that have peculiar historical events as their theme. He is the designer of many successful games as:
Agricola — La Havre — Caverna — Bohnanza — Fields of Arlew