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Digital Subscriptions > Tabletop Gaming > Issue Nine – Apr/May '17 > COTTAGE GARDEN


Uwe Rosenberg puts down the needle and picks up a trowel with this relaxing sibling to Patchwork

Pegasus Spiele | £32.99 | Tile-laying | 1-4 players | 60 minutes | Age: 8+ |

Upon first glance, it’s very tempting to compare Uwe Rosenberg’s Cottage Garden with the designer’s acclaimed family title Patchwork from a few years ago. After all, both prominently feature polyomino pieces picked from a central pool (surrounded by a ring of tiles) and carefully positioned on individual player grids. There’s even a comparison to be made in the quaint theming of both games; quilt weaving and flower arranging being the kind of gentle pastime traditionally associated with older generations, but now also blooming in popularity among hip twenty-somethings.

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