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RISK - SETTLERS Crossover Board Game
My favorite hobby combined with my two favorite board games. What could be better.
About this creation
First an overview of the in-game-action-mayhem





Anyone who have played the Settlers board game should know the setup. Hexagon plates are put together to form the actual playing surface.








Another element that I've so lowly stolen from Settlers is the collecting of goods.
Players build "houses" and roads to form infratructure and collect goods from the hexagons bordering the houses. A trow of the dice determines who can collect goods each turn.







The risk element of the game is when players try conquering hexagons from each other with the tiny armies of non-legged men.















































Comments

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  August 31, 2011
Sweet!
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  April 14, 2011
Sweet!
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  February 25, 2011
Sweet!
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  February 7, 2011
That is pure awesomeness (or a better word). Looks very fun to play on.
Morten Frandsen
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sandor quelle
  February 1, 2011
Brilliant! Amazing work!
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  February 1, 2011
I'd buy it!
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  February 1, 2011
i had the settlers on pc, and played risk on board game a long time, so i m not sure how you d play this, but, it looks very well structured! great idea! i loved risk!
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  February 1, 2011
Fantastic!
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  February 1, 2011
Wicked!
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  February 1, 2011
nice! looks just like the real game!
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  February 1, 2011
Sweet!
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  February 1, 2011
That looks like great fun! I've always been intrigued in building a LEGOŽ board game, and it seems that you've succeeded in not only making one, but a darn fine one, indeed!
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  February 1, 2011
Awesome! I'll take 2!
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  February 1, 2011
Brilliant! Excellent idea, and you pulled off the game board in perfect fashion. Yeah, I can see where that would be a pricey game with the elements you used.
 I made it 
  February 1, 2011
Quoting Mudskipper 4 I like it. You should copyright and sell this idea, because I would want to buy it.
No you wouldn't... It is waaaay to expensive in its current form.
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  February 1, 2011
I like it. You should copyright and sell this idea, because I would want to buy it.
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  February 1, 2011
Board games turned into LEGOŽ, this is something I really like, especially when it is done in such a perfect way like yours. I'm planning something similar with Clue, based on the movie from 1985.
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  February 1, 2011
All it takes is one wrecking ball, be it dog, cat or little kid to totally mess this thing up. Hope you have a high shelf or playing area! 5/5
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  February 1, 2011
Awesome! I love Settlers and Risk! I just played Settlers last night!
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  February 1, 2011
Nice combo! :)
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  February 1, 2011
looks great! also very much reminds me of Civilization, the PC game :)
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  February 1, 2011
Oh! Ha ha ha!! That's cool. I love the little heads
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  February 1, 2011
Wow! That's truly epic!!!
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  February 1, 2011
Wonderfull creation. I'm a big fan of this board-game (which we Colonisten van Catan in Dutch). I recognized the game immediately. Great original creation !!
 
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