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Power Grid
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Rio Grande English edition 2012
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Long Rectangle (e.g. Power Grid)
2.78 pounds
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Earning money with electric power? Earning lots of money with electric power? A very ggod idea!!! Should I use coal or oil to generate power in the old-fashioned or will there be a shortage of those resources in the future? Will there be a future in burning garbage? Certainly nuclear power is very exciting and as long as the government will manage the nuclear waste there will be profit. Of course, you can use more ecological friendly power and be independent of ressources. But will such power plants be powerful enough for the customers in the future? Naturally, you must watch your competitors to see what plants they build, which cities they have in their net, what resources they depend on, and what new power plants they find interesting.
A strategy game of planning with surges of energy.
Two sided gameboard (Germany/USA)
49 Power plant cards
Over 200 wooden pieces

2012 edition has "© 2004/2012" printed on back.

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