Agricola: All Creatures Big and Small is a new take on Uwe Rosenberg's Agricola designed for exactly two players and focused only on the animal husbandry aspect of that game. So long plows and veggies!
In Agricola: All Creatures Big and Small, you become an animal breeder of horses, cows, sheep and pigs and try to make the most of your pastures. Players start with a 3x2 game board that can be expanded during play to give more room for players to grow and animals to run free. Sixteen possible actions are available for players to take, with each player taking three actions total in each of the eight rounds.
The player who amasses the most victory points through enclosing space with fences and acquiring the largest number and variety of animals and victory point-generating buildings will be the winner.
Four Standard Buildings and 4 special buildings are available in the base game. These buildings each provide unique special abilities during play and/or VP at game end. Balancing the tension between building infrastructure (fenced pastures and buildings) and acquiring animals (the single biggest source of end-game scoring) is the key to success!
PDF of printable stickers for the bases of my Agricola: ACBS foamcore solution. Page 1 is designed to be printed on clear labels that are placed on white foamcore trays. Page 2 is designed to be printed on white labels and placed on the outside of the fences & base tile trays.
This is document is unofficial & fan created. It was created from the art published by Zman games.
This expansion will add 12 new Full-Color-Tiles that seamlessly fit onto and change the game board, and 6 new player farm boards with different starting abilities. Rules inside. A must see for any Agricola fan.
This score sheet is a single-page PDF that can be printed once per player per game, or as I have done, printed twice and laminated to be used multiple times with dry-erase markers. If printed at "original size", it will fit easily within the game box. Please note: For the animal scores, you don't need to add up the total animals and their bonuses separately (simply find your scores based on the total number of each animal you have).
Reference sheet useful for quick referencing and provides a structured summary for teaching the game.
If you are interested in ref sheets for other games that I’ve made (>200), a complete set is available at my boardgame blog, http://hiewandboardgames.blogspot.com/2010/12/concise-reference-sheets.html