Coming to Mars was a big step...making it habitable will give us a new world! In the 2400s, mankind begins to terraform the planet Mars. Giant corporations, sponsored by the World Government on Earth, initiate huge projects to raise the temperature, the oxygen level, and the ocean coverage until the environment is habitable. In Terraforming Mars, you play one of those corporations overseeing the terraforming process. But, competition is fierce, with victory points awarded not only for your contribution to the terraforming, but also for advancing human infrastructure throughout the solar systems and other commendable achievements.
- 1 Rules Booklet
- 1 Game Board
- 200 Player Markers
- 200 Resource Markers
- 5 Player Boards
- 233 Cards
- 80 Tiles
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Really fun game. However, components feel a little on the cheaper side. Thin paper for both cards and player mats. Additionally, no insert in the box just give you couple bags and a lot of empty space in box
Truly enjoyable game. Enough variants for game length.
Alas, the components don't merit the price. This should be a 42$ game. My copy came with the map edge somewhat peeled and some dirt marks.
Gameplay is wonderful, organization and the rulebook were not. All components arrived in good condition. Game requires a fair amount of thinking and planning. Happy I purchased this game.
I was hooked on my first play. This is an intelligent game that just gets better the more you play it. Although we are technically all working to terraform Mars, we are really working for corporations to turn a nice profit. I have also invested in all expansions, and recently sent a copy to my nephew who graduated high school with the Science Award. This game teaches and is fun at the same time. Love it!
Great game... but the only reason for 3 stars is component quality. Components are junk! Stronghold should be ashamed for put out such poor quality.
I love playing this game. It is a long game, at least 2 hours probably 3 or 4. The important card that holds everything needs to have a method to keep things in place - a bump can mess up everything