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Subject: Amigo's & RGG's Bohnaparte: Liberté! Egalité! Bohnité! rss

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Nathan Morse
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Lookout's Bohnaparte included 33 cards (including the summary card), and their Dschingis Bohn included 33 (including its summary card). Each had 60 counters - 12 for each of the 3-5 players. You could use either or both with Bohnanza.

Then, along came Amigo's Bohnaparte: Liberté! Egalité! Bohnité!, which includes 50 cards and 72 counters - 12 for each of its 3-6 players.

Can anyone identify whether Bohnaparte: Liberté! Egalité! Bohnité! comprises both of Lookout's expansions?

I can provide the information about Lookout's releases, and may photograph their entire contents tonight so we can figure out what has happened. I think the secret agenda with the Bohnanza family of games is to confuse the customer as much as possible.


First Lookout releases an expansion. Then Amigo clarifies it with nice icons, but adds other gameplay elements to it. Then Rio Grande either simply translates it to English, or combines parts of it with parts of something else to release their own selection of the Bohnanza universe. Are you following this?

The Bohnanza series wiki page is a moderately thorough account.

Thank you, fellow Bohnengeeks!
 
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By looking at the contents of Bohnaparte: Liberté! Egalité! Bohnité!, Bohnaparte, and Dschingis Bohn I've confirmed that Bohnaparte: Liberté! Egalité! Bohnité! is kind of a mishmash of the other two, so it is definitely a different release than Lookout's Bohnaparte. It has different components than either of Lookout's releases, and isn't even the same as the total of the two. It's its own beastie.
 
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