The classic board game Acquire You will get a new version later this year. Renegade Game Studio announced that they have reached a new licensing agreement with Hasbro to publish the classic board game Acquire, originally designed by Sid Sackson and released in 1964. Gameplay involves placing tiles on a 3D board, with each series of tiles representing a different hotel chain. Players can choose whether to start new hotel chains, develop an existing hotel chain, or merge two hotel chains together. When a hotel chain is taken over by another hotel, players earn money based on how much inventory they have in the chain. The game ends when a chain occupies 40% or more of the board or all hotel chains on the board become too large for someone else to get hold of. The player with the most money and stock value at the end of the game wins.
Acquire It has long been a popular board game, with many praising its surprisingly deep strategy. Several versions of the game have been released over the years, but it’s mostly been dormant since 2006, when Hasbro released a controversial new version with a smaller board.
The rebel announced that he would return acquisition The original board size is in its new version and will also host a tournament tournament at Gen Con to celebrate the game’s relaunch.
Renegade has reached licensing agreements with Hasbro to publish several popular but mostly dormant board games. Notably, Renegade is now a publisher Axis and allies Copies of previous versions of the game will be republished. It also reached licensing agreements for Robo Rally And Diplomacy.
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