Les jeux dans le Bazar L'As des jeux sont des jeux pré-joués. Ils ont été vérifiés par un de nos experts ludiques et sont certifiés 'Complet'. Il est possible d'y retrouver quelques petites imperfections telles que de l'usure légère sur la boîte ou sur certaines pièces du jeu.
The games in our Bazar are pre-played games. They have been verified by one of our game experts and are certified 'Complete'. It is possible to find some small imperfections such as light wear on the box or on certain parts of the game.
In the late Middle Ages, the Canary Islands had faded into obscurity from a European point of view. There was neither gold nor silver, and the islands did not play a role as a trading post because the north-south trade of that time went through the Sahara.
In 1312, the Genoese merchant and seafarer Lancelotto Malocello effectively "rediscovered" the Canary Islands. During the 15th century, the archipelago was conquered by the Spanish. Spanish masters pushed agriculture, cultivating sugar cane, wine and grain, which quickly gave the islands a certain economic value and importance.
In West of Africa, the players cultivate goods, try to sell them profitably, and build settlements. Each player has their own deck of cards. Each turn the players select cards from their decks to conduct successful actions, always keeping the actions of the other players in mind.