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Carcassonne is among the most expanded board games ever.
Since the year 2000, publishers have put together dozens of Carcassonne expansions, ranging in size from just a few tiles to full boxes.
But publishers haven’t seen fit to simply expand the game.Several designers have used the game’s simple tile-laying mechanic as a foundation for 12 standalone games. It traded medieval France for prehistoric times and changed how scoring worked.Players who claimed meadows (the equivalent of fields) got points determined by the number of animals in the field — but they had to look out for tigers.New World re-themed Carcassonne as a game of settling the United States. Players build west, but have to be sure to complete their features quickly. If it passes a feature before a player completes it, the player loses any points they might have gotten from it.This game broke with the normal Carcassonne formula by reducing the game to two players.It also confined the play area by forcing players to place tiles inside the pre-set castle walls.