Players compete to build the most famous hotel/casino. Room tiles representing slot machines, lounges, restaurants, and other casino-related places appear on a central board and the players hold auctions to win the rights to have those rooms in their building, garnering them income, population, or fame. Bidding wars escalate, values fluctuate, and designers renovate until finally the hotel/casinos are put to the test to determine whose garners the most fame.
@terminalcitycon @BGFeast: Some neighborhood kids are hosting a fundraiser sale including some homemade masks, so finally upgraded from my plain black. Also repping @terminalcitycon at its original location! It's almost time to eat some games! https://t.co/tYVBhU3KCU
@terminalcitycon @PizzeriaLudica: Reopening #newwest Ludica for takeout and online delivery! In an hour! 5 pm!
@terminalcitycon @XophRA ! His RPG Free Spacer was nominated for an Indie Groundbreakers Award. 🎉🎉 https://t.co/y367BLDb5V
@terminalcitycon @Spikemaw: @terminalcitycon Juneteenth March starts at Jack Poole Plaza 4pm, wear masks, keep distance, bring water for yourself. https://t.co/yzytVsCZIq
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