In Great Western Trail: Argentina, you own a vast estancia in Argentina at the end of the 19th century, and you will need to travel the plains of the Pampas with your cattle to deliver them to the main train station in Buenos Aires. Great Western Trail: Argentina features gameplay elements similar to Great Western Trail such as deck management, the rondel mechanism, and the ability to upgrade your player board, along with twists on these elements and new features.
- Great Western Trail: Argentina is a sequel to Great Western Trail. While it offers similar game mechanics, it puts a fresh spin on the original’s game play and offers more choices and challenge when it comes to optimizing turns. - Player boards feature a new worker type — farmers — and different paths await on the game board to offer players with more choices. - Game board entices players with shortcuts that allow them to deliver their herd to Buenos Aires more quickly, but at the expense of using numerous action buildings along the way. - While money is easier gain in Great Western Trail: Argentina, players will have to manage more choices in the form of action options, shortcuts, and cards.