Review of Wingspan

Game: Wingspan
Publisher: Stonemaier Games
Artist: Anna Martinez Jaramillo, Natalia Rojas, Beth Sobel
Year: 2019
Players: 1-5
Time: 40-70 min

In the game wingspan you are a bird enthusiast. You try to collect as many birds, and some of the birds have special ability’s. There for, during the four rounds of the game, you build up a system of birds that give you points, let you collect food or place eggs.
Wingspan is an engine building game and has a automa version, so you can play this game on your own.

🔥review: There is a hype going on. In every game store this game is in the shop window and display case, and for a good reason. First of all, the game looks amazing. All of the birds are beautifully drawn and the information about the specific bird on the card is really nice. The eggs come in beautiful colors and even the users guide is looking nice. The game play is also really nice, because it actually quite simple to play and even people who don’t play a lot of board games, will be able to play this game within 15 minutes. Each round, every player can only do one action. So the game starts simple ans slow, but because this is a engine building game, the game will intensify.
Also the solo play, that is made by Automa Factory, plays really nice. I honestly think this is the first board game that has a solo mode I like just as much as the more player version.

Score: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ ⭐️

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