Auf Achse translates roughly to "On the Road," an appropriate title for this 1987 Spiel des Jahres winner which has players delivering loads of commodities to various German and other European cities. Supply cities and demand cities are determined through card play, and players attempt to get delivery contracts by bidding against one another. Movement is accomplished by rolling a die and then moving little rubberized trucks around an abstracted map which depicts lots of interconnected roads and cities in Germany and surrounding countries.
Re-released in 2007 with new artwork and several rule changes designed to reduce randomness.
Paste ups para as cartas de eventos do Auf Achse - Edição de 2007 - em português, traduzido a partir da tradução em inglês, disponibilizada aquí:
This is a small list (in English) to remind a teaching-player the quick, essential points of the game. It covers win conditions, setup, and critical rules. This isn't a substitute for the rules, but rather bullet-point reminders to make teaching easier. This is for the 2007 edition.
I don't have the heart, nor do I have the crafty skill to paste-up my Event Cards. The same goes for creating the English cards that David Vander Ark submitted.
However, since the Event Cards are always acted upon as soon as they are drawn and aren't secret, I decided to create a reference chart that could be used to translate the German cards on the spot.
Using David's excellent translations, I worked out the relationship to the original cards with the assistance of an online translator and plunked them down into a chart that can be printed double-sided and laminated for a handy reference.
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