Stone Age Board Game

Stone Age

Starting with a family of five and some food, you must build your tribe into the best village in the land. Players add to their family, build houses and seek upgrades to earn victory. The challenge comes in feeding your family every single turn.

Overall Rating: 7

Luck Strategy
Casual Intense
Complex Simple

User Reviews

3 Reviews Written for Stone Age

  • Intro to worker placement games. Good next step for new gamers who enjoyed Catan. Loved it the first few times I played it. But the more I play, the more it seems to lack substance.oldhossAugust 31st, 2012 6 Luck Strategy Casual Intense Complex Simple
  • One of the more simple worker placement games. Place your workers to obtain certain resources that you trade in for huts and civilization cards. Great game for 4 - very tense at times.carbonfiber25July 26th, 2012 8 Luck Strategy Casual Intense Complex Simple
  • The game is complex at first to learn, but once you get into it you realize that this is the most simple scoring system ever - you basically just "Buy" your points, and whoever can buy the most wins.JesseAugust 4th, 2011 8 Luck Strategy Casual Intense Complex Simple

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