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Four Colors World Tour Multiplayer

In this fun, fast-paced game for two to four players, each player takes on the role of a different color and must complete various objectives. The first player is red; they will draw one card from the deck and must complete an objective based on that color’s symbol. If they are able to complete all of their objectives before the second player, who is green, gets to draw cards, they are victorious! Every Card has two symbols: colored dots that show how many followers you have in your home village and how many resources you have. The three main resources in the game are wood, stone and gold. There are some special resources like buddha statues which allow you to draw extra cards at the end of your turn. Blue draws from their hand and may play an objective card or pass. White does neither -they must wait until all other players have passed before drawing again or playing any cards. 

Discover the magic of a four-colors world. Try this new multiplayer card game. In this game you will experience Challenges, Adventures and lots of Fun! The goal is to have the most points before your opponents do. To achieve this you need to collect cards from the different colored decks and score points from Achievements or Cards that are worth more than others. Here are some facts about Four Colors World Tour: -It is easy to learn but challenging to master. Each player starts with the same hand of cards, so it will be easy for new players to get started without feeling overwhelmed by too many rules and aspects of gameplay. -There are more than 100 Achievements in this game, but there are also more than 1,000 unique Challenges, which offer a wide variety of ways to win. 

4 Colors is a card game created by Antoine Bauro, originally released in 2010. The game is played by four players and takes 30 minutes to play. Players take turns drawing cards from their hands and playing them on the board. The goal of the game is to capture majorities of the four colored spaces on your side of the board (red, green, black and white). 

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