My City is a competitive legacy game in which you develop a city on your own playing board through the ages.
The game consists of 24 episodes, beginning with the development of a city in its early preindustrial stages and progressing through industrialization. During each game, players customize their experience by adding elements to their personal boards and adding cards to the game. Players' choices and action made during one session of gameplay carry over into the next session, creating a personalized gaming experience.
Ages 10 to adult
30 minutes playing time
My City is a unique, family-oriented legacy gaming experience that is played in relatively short episodes. The game consists of 24 different episodes beginning with the development of a city in its early preindustrial stages and progressing through industrialisation.
During each game, players customise their experience by adding elements to their own boards. Players’ choices and actions made during one session of gameplay carry over into the next session, creating a personalised gaming experience. For players who do not want to experience My City as a legacy game, a double-sided game board offers an alternate setup for repeatable play.
A family-oriented legacy board game with simple rules and short playing time
Shape your city from settlement to industrialisation
Additional components are added to the game as players play My City
This is a legacy board game where players’ choices and actions made during the game carry over into the next play-through creating a unique gameplay experience
No two games are alike!
The game is comprised of 24 different episodes, each episode or play-through lasts approximately 30 minutes or less.
The game gets progressively harder as you play through the episodes
Enjoy the full legacy experience and play through the 24 different episodes or flip the game board over and the game is set up for repeatable play with all the components (beginning at episode 12)
Developed by world-renowned game designer Reiner Knizia, winner of a Spiel des Jahres for Keltis (in the US published as Lost Cities board game).
Illustrated by world-famous award-winning illustrator Michael Menzel, illustrator of Legends of Andor, as well as over 40 other games.