Video Review:

Terra is a party/trivia game of general geographic information by Friedemann Friese, where being close counts.
How long is the Golden Gate Bridge?      Where has “evidence" of the Yeti been found?     How many sculptures are on Easter Island?

It‘s likely that you don‘t know any of these facts. But you might have a rough idea, and that‘s good enough, because Terra is the party game where being close counts. And if you have absolutely no idea what the answer is? Take advantage of your friends who do know!

Terra is a redesign of Friedemann’s 2009 SDJ-nominated Fauna, which had similar mechanics, but was specific to animals. Terra changes the subject matter to general geographic information, includes a brand new Imperial measurements map side (retaining the Metric map side for gamers outside the US), has 300 topics (with three categories of questions) on oversized cards, and simplified scoring. Terra plays in 45 minutes for 2-6 players.
  • A trivia game about the world where you don’t need to know the answers to do well
  • Each oversized, full color card has three questions covering locations, measurements, and years
  • Oversized, satellite-style game board of the world
  • Enough cards for 50 games, never seeing the same card twice
  • 2-6 players, Ages 13 and up

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