Auf Heller Und Pfennig from Hans Im Gluck games. Auf Heller is a simple tile laying game by Reiner Knizia and is perhaps more commonly known as Kingdoms from it's English release.
It has a loose medieval market theme with players taking on the role of market traders attempting to maximise the profits from their stalls over three rounds of play. In each round players place tiles or stalls until every space in the marketplace is full.
|1st Rnd - Blue had a few too many shady customers|
Our match saw Black (AndyA) and Red (TrevH) take an early lead as Blue (GaryG) got caught out with some hefty negatives on the centre vertical line.
Round 1 Scores:
Black (AndyA) 91
Red (TrevH) 84
Blue (GaryG) 25
Blue (GaryG) fought back in rounds two and three, but had lost too much ground in the first round to close the gap.
Round 2 Scores:
Black (AndyA) 51 
Red (TrevH) 49 
Blue (GaryG)108 
Red (TrevH) had looked strongest going into the final round, but risked his last "3" value stall on a line with doubled values. Unfortunately the negatives won through and he took some losses in the end.
Round 3 Scores:
Black (AndyA) 49 
Red (TrevH) 21 
Blue (GaryG) 56 
AndyA was awarded 3 beans and GaryG was awarded 1 bean.
|Hunters & Gatherers|
In Carcassonne: H&G players build a prehistoric landscape with tiles depicting forests, rivers, lakes and grasslands. They then send out members of their tribe to hunt, gather, fish and establish fishing camps.
|A prehistoric view of Carcassonne.|
Black (AndyA) 106
Green (TrevH) 115
Blue (GaryG) 122
GaryG was awarded 3 beans and TrevH was awarded 1 bean.
|Roll Through the Ages|
Roll Through The Ages
AndyA was awarded 3 beans and TrevH was awarded 1 bean.