Playing Agricola for Game Night: Card Sleeve Types & Instructions
In Agricola, you are a farmer with only your spouse and a wooden shack. The one to four player game offers turns that begin with two actions, one for your spouse and one for you to do everything necessary to run a farm, like building fences, collecting wood, etc. Having kids to help with the work is a good idea, but you must expand your house first. The game is complex and uses many cards for regular and advanced play, perfect for game night. You will need a complete set of Agricola Card Sleeves to ensure they last from the wear and tear against your rough farm hands!
Agricola Card Sleeves
There are 360 cards in Agricola, with many levels of complexity and countless strategies, some depending on which card is in your hand. Games can last up to an hour and a half for players twelve and up. Protect your cards against the many snacks and sodas teenagers can bring to the game table. Fortunately, the cards in this game are all the same size, making it a cakewalk to get the right sleeves for your game. Here is a list of Agricola Card Sleeves you need to protect your game cards:
Card sleeves in the premium kit have a quantity of 50 per pack.
- Eight packs of MDG-7029
Card sleeves in the standard kit have a quantity of 100 per pack.
- Four packs of MDG-7028
Agricola Card Sleeves: Card Sleeve Dimensions
As a card game, Agricola includes various cards of different types, all the same size, that serve various gameplay purposes. The dimensions of the Agricola game cards are one size - 59 x 92mm. The matching Euro Card Sleeves are an excellent fit for many board game cards, some of which you may already have in your home and require a set for protection! The 360 Agricola playing cards are used repeatedly in this game; safeguarding them is your best bet to make them last against wear and tear.
Agricola: How to Play the Game
The game takes place in Central Europe, around 1670 A.D., when the Plague finally ended after centuries. The strategy in the game is, as a farmer, to upgrade and extend simple houses, gain animals and grow fertile fields. Each player starts with Occupation and Minor Improvement cards to use for strategy. The turn-based game consists of fourteen rounds in six stages, with a Harvest at the end of each stage. Whoever has the most points for the number of animals, farm expansions, and buildings at the end of the rounds wins the game.
Agricola Card Sleeves: Get Yours Today!
Keep your game cards safe from damage caused by spills, dirt, sticky fingers and moisture so you can continue building the dream farm you have always wanted. The plastic is more forgiving than the card material, making playing this game for hours more enjoyable! With proper care, your Agricola Card Sleeves will make your game last, so don't hesitate to order your set today!