Review of Sagrada

Game: Sagrada
Publisher: floodgate Games
Artist: Peter Wocken
Year: 2017
Players: 1-4 
Time: 30-45 min

The game Sagrada is about La Sagrada Familia, the famous church in Barcelona. You have to finish the glass windows, and you have to do that with dice. There are 90 colored translucent dice in five colors: blue, purple, yellow, green and red. You have to put the dice in window, but off course there are some rules and restriction. Like you can’t put two dice with the same number or color next to each other but there are also a couple of other rules depending on which card you chose.

🔥review: I really like to puzzle, so this game was made for me. The great thing is that there are so many different cards that every game is different. There are also a couple of ways to score points so you need to lay strategic. Off course there are also negative points about this game. What I don’t like is that there is almost no interaction between the players, so the solo game is almost the same as the game played by more players.

Score: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

2 thoughts on “Review of Sagrada

  1. Sagrada gets a bad rap for lack of interaction, but the same could be said for a game like Azul, which is also great. I think the interaction is there. It’s a cool game and a hit at my house.


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