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Cinque Terre (2013)

Average Rating: 7.03/10
Board Game Rank: 1138
Strategy Game Rank: 557
Family Game Rank: 241
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User Suggested # of Players
Best with 2 players
Recommended with 2–4 players
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Mfg Suggested Ages
13 and up
Playing Time
60 minutes
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The Cinque Terre are five coastal villages in the Liguria region of Italy known for their beauty, culture, food, and proximity to one another. Produce carts are commonly found in each village marketplace.

In Cinque Terre, a game of strategy, players compete to sell the most valuable produce in the five villages. Players act as farmers and operate a cart in which they will harvest produce and deliver them to the five villages to sell. Additionally, players will compete for Produce Order cards, which reward Lira points for selling desirable produce in specific villages. Players track sold produce in each village using their Fulfillment Cards. The winner is the player who gains the most Lire by selling valuable produce, gaining popularity in the villages, and fulfilling Produce Orders.

Game Set Up and Play

During setup in Cinque Terre, colored dice are randomly pulled from a cloth bag and rolled to establish the prices each village will pay for select produce. Each player also begins play with a private order only she can fulfill. Five public orders are turned up that all players can work on, though only the first player to fulfill each public order will score points for it. The Most Popular Vendor cards (1 for each village) are placed face up along one side of the board. The first player to fill an entire row with produce cubes for a particular village earns the Most Popular Vendor card for that village, which provides bonus points. Four Produce cards are turned face up and each player receives 4 to begin with along with a Fulfillment board and Produce Truck in their color.

On your turn, you can perform 3 actions in any order or combination you choose:

  • Take a Produce Card - either a faceup card or one from the deck.
  • Move your Produce Cart up four spaces clockwise around the board.
  • Harvest produce from the location your cart is currently at. Each produce cube you wish to harvest requires a matching card. Two identical cards can be used in place of any one other card. Your cart can hold up to 4 produce cubes at a time.
  • Deliver produce to a village. Unload the produce cubes you wish to deliver and place them in the appropriate spaces for that village on your fulfillment card.

At the end of your turn, if you complete a public order or achieve Most Popular Vendor, take the appropriate card, scoring the points indicated. You can only complete one public order per turn. When you complete a public order, you must draw a new card from the Order Deck. If you would like to keep that card as a private order, add it to your hand and draw another and place it face up to replace the public order just completed. If you do not wish to keep the card you drew as a private order, place it face up instead. Any private orders not fultilled by game end count as negative points against you.

Players take turns taking their 3 actions until one player has completed 5 public orders (Most Popular Vendor Cards also count as public orders for determining game end), then everyone gets one more turn, including the player who caused the game to end.

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  • 1 game board
  • 16 dice (2 each in 8 produce colors)
  • 5 wooden Produce Carts (1 each in 5 player colors: pink, light blue, dark blue, black, brown)
  • 16 starting Orders
  • 80 Produce Orders
  • 5 Most Popular Vendor Cards
  • 80 Produce cards
  • 5 Fullfillment Cards (1 each in 5 player colors)
  • 5 scoring markers (1 each in 5 player colors)
  • 128 wooden produce pieces (16 cubes in each of 8 produce colors)
  • cloth bag
  • rules

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Cinque Terre
English first edition
Publisher: Rio Grande Games
Artist: Martin Hoffmann, Claus Stephan, Mirko Suzuki
Year: 2013
Product Code: 495
Size: 12.00 x 12.00 x 4.00 inches
3.00 pounds
Release Date: Apr 2013
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1 Cinque Terre Actions Tracker Aid
Print on a 6 x 4 inch setting. Use to keep a track of your actions on one turn.
2 Cinque Terre Rules - french
The file is the unofficial translation of the rules in french.
3 Produce Stickers for Cinque Terre
Produce icons, created with open-source clipart, to attach to the produce cubes to help eliminate confusion for color-blind players. Print actual size onto full sheet label paper. There's enough to print one sticker for each produce cube. You can also put your printed page in again turned 180 degrees, print again for two sets.
9 Cinque Terre Quick Reference
1-page quick reference in English, a la Liumas. Version 1.0.
39 Cinque Terre Rules for Print
Cinque Terre by Chris Handy - Rules for Print
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Board Game Rank: 1138
Strategy Game Rank: 557
Family Game Rank: 241
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