A beautifully-illustrated, 1-5 player card game designed by award-winning designer Peer Sylvester, pitting rival gardeners against one another as they compete in the prestigious 'Village Green of the Year' competition.
Peer Sylvester started his career in boardgaming quite early, because his dad needed an opponent in chess. In third grade he wanted to become a professional chess player. Instead he turned out to become a teacher for math and chemistry. An award-winning board-game designer, he has written a number of books on the subject.
A charming, lovely little puzzly card game -- Richard Ham *
I think it's a great game. It is, I think, one of the very best Peer Sylvester designs I've played! -- Zee Garcia * The Dice Tower *
The ideal holiday game for sunny days where one another's company is all you need -- Christopher John Eggett * Tabletop Gaming Magazine *
If this theme appeals to you, if this art appeals to you, you absolutely should take a look at Village Green. -- Mike DiLisio * The Dice Tower *
I think Village Green is the best game I've played all year [...] It's a box of knotty decisions, exquisite compromises and knowing when to pivot in order to maximise your points based on how the cards are falling at that time. -- Andrew Holmes * Meeple Mountain *
It's a genuinely beautiful game! * What's Eric Playing? *
The simplicity and joy of nature with life in Village Green * Gameward Bound *
This one for me is a winner. I like this one a lot. * To Die For Games *