Run a successful house renovation business. Choose projects to take on, buy and sell materials at the right time, and employ specialists to help you complete projects on a budget. Can you keep your customers satisfied while maintaining a profit?
The goal of the game is to achieve the maximum profits and at the same time keep your customer satisfaction level high.
The game is played in 2 rounds. Each round consists of multiple turns. Start your turn by drawing 2 cards and place them on your player mat. The first cards drawn is project side up and represents your ongoing project. The second card is your project specialist.
Purchase materials to allocate them to your ongoing project or in anticipation of future price hikes.
To complete an ongoing project, you must allocate first the required resources then pass a quality check using your specialist card and your customer satisfaction level.
You may also complete company objectives which would allow you to gain abilities to aid you in completing ongoing projects.
The game ends as soon as you have drawn and resolved all the cards from the project deck on the second round. After which, you calculate the total profits made from each project.
Category: Drafting, Economic
In Back of House, you are in charge of the kitchen in a busy restaurant. Receive orders and assign your cooks to prepare and send out dishes. Keep your kitchen clean to ensure your orders go out. Make it to the end of the night without losing too many customers and you win. Make too many mistakes and you may end up losing all your staff.
In Back of House, a single player rolls and assigns dice to various roles in a kitchen. Orders are fulfilled based on the dice you’ve assigned. Each turn, the kitchen gets a little dirtier, and if you don’t set aside staff to tend to this, it leads to items lost and fewer dished completed. Event cards take staff (dice) out of play for a turn, or demand your immediate completion of extra items.
Category: Dice, worker placement
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