|Players:||2 - 4 players|
|Time:||20 - 40 minutes|
From majestic Maples to ancestral Oaks, players nurture their trees aiming to thrive over the course of a year in a beautiful National Park.
In the spring, players carefully grow their trees, scoring as hikers enjoy traveling the trails in summer.
When autumn comes, leaves fall in the ever-changing direction of the wind, guided to cover the terrain and other players’ leaves. Points are awarded in winter for the most coverage of each region in the park.
Gain your ground in the park to be victorious in Bosk!
A light area majority game where you attempt to have the majority in 8 regions with your leaves. The components are gorgeous- cardboard 3d trees and wooden leaves (and very fat squirrel!) There are 4 seasons in the game- 2 placement seasons and 2 scoring seasons. First, you place your trees out on the board along the lines of the grid and then you score majority on the grid lines, horizontal and vertical. Next, you place your leaves down as they are blown off a tree by the wind which changes direction. At the end, you score for majority in each coloured region. I find this a fairly relaxing game. Compared to that other tree game (Photosynthesis), I think it's less prone to Analysis Paralysis and plays faster. I still like both games, but this one is easier to explain and play.