No, Martians are not green. But some Martian flowers are. The spectrum of Martian flora also include blue, yellow, white, gray and red.
Help your little Martian gardener plant flowers to create the grandest, most beautiful garden on Mars. The Martian with the greenest thumb wins! (Just the thumb: Martians are not green.)
- A board representing a Martian garden (91 hexagonal spaces) and a scoring track.
- 60 flowers in 6 different colours (10 each)
- A carrying case.
- 6 black Martians in 3 types (2 each)
- 4 white Martians in 2 types (2 each)
- 6 dice
Players in turn move their Martian Gardeners across the garden and plant Martian flowers on it. They score points by creating large groups of flowers of the same colour. Movement is determined by dice rolls, but it is not a standard roll-and-move game. Each player chooses the die he wants to use, or rolls as many dice as free spaces are surrounding his Martian if there are no available dice on the table. Moreover, players can create combos, by getting rid of a colour or reaching a space on the scoring track occupied by another 'scoring Martian'.
There is a variant for 2 players, where each player can use 2 Martians instead of one.