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CAMDEN-- Tile-laying Game Set in London's Famous Marketplace (Gamesmith 2013)


Camden is a tile-laying game designed by James Ernest and illustrated by John Kovalic, published by Gamesmith (2013). The game is designed for 2 to 4 players ages 14 and older and plays in about 40 minutes. Ideal for your whole family.

Camden is a market-themed tile laying game set in London’s popular shopping district Camden. In real life, Camden is a place of winding narrow alleys and dodgy dead ends, where savvy merchants peddle mostly-legal goods to tourists. In the game Camden, you play these savvy shopkeepers trying to make a quick profit off the tourists, while simultaneously ruining your rivals and evading the attention of the authorities. Carve out some space in your stall for those bootleg DVDs, copyright-skirting t-shirts, food of questionable quality, and those “locally made” souvenirs. The tourists are coming and they’re not going to fleece themselves!

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File Last Updated:
September 21, 2013
This title was added to our catalog on April 16, 2013.