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Taj Mahal (board game)

Taj Mahal
Box cover of Taj Mahal
Designer(s) Reiner Knizia
Publisher(s) Alea
Rio Grande Games
Players 3–5
Age range 12 +
Playing time 90 minutes

Taj Mahal is a German-style board game for 3–5 players designed by Reiner Knizia and first published in 2000 by Alea in German.

Contents

  • Rules 1
    • Basics 1.1
    • Auctions 1.2
  • External links 2

Rules

Basics

During 12 rounds, players bid with cards on up to six different prizes each turn. Those prizes earn points in themselves, but players can also get points for connecting provinces on the map. After the twelfth round, the player with the highest point total wins the game.

Auctions

During the auction phase of the game, players take turns playing cards from their hands to increase the amount of their bid. A player may choose to withdraw instead of increasing their bid, in which case they immediately collect any awards they have earned for that round, and are removed from the auction. The round ends after all players have withdrawn from the auction.

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