|3 - 5 players|
|average 30 minutes|
|Published in 1993|
|View on boardgamegeek.com|
Knizia auction game, with loads of wooden coins. Players bid for tiles to lay on the island paradise. One side is a building, the other forest. Buyer chooses which side to lay. The more forest remains, the more your buildings are worth in the Last Paradise. But the more buildings you own, the less forest there will be. The nice idea is the auction mechanism. Players bid with coins in their closed fist. Highest bidder wins, but pays the cost of the second bid! Try to double-think the other players and you'll buy a tile you don't want! The winning condition is good too. You have to finish with more money than you started with. So if all players finish down on their float, they all lose!
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