Z-Man Games

ZMG71690

A Feast for Odin

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Based on 5 reviews
average rating 5.0 out of 5
Based on 5 reviews
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5 Reviews
Reviewed by Jacob M., from United Kingdom
I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

Uwe at His Best

This is one of the best Uwe Rosenberg games, if you enjoy Agicola, Le Havre, Caverna or others then this is a great one for you. On top of that if you enjoy Patchwork, Cottage Garden, Indian Summer, Spring Meadow or even Tetris then even better!

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Reviewed by Tom, from United Kingdom
I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

A Feast for Odin

The perfect game for a lazy Sunday afternoon! It's big , and initially it seems super complicated, but the iconography and the graphic design mean that once you get going it's really very intuitive. There's minimal player interaction, but the flip side of that is that it's satisfying even when you're not winning; you can take pride in whatever it is that you've built by the end of your 2-3 hours play session. Additionally, the occupation cards mean there's always variety, and a new challenge to be had! A firm favourite!

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Reviewed by Simon B., from United Kingdom
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Rated 5 out of 5
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A Feast for Odin

This is a BIG game which has plenty of worker placement choices. The jigsaw puzzle idea is a great concept and adds depth to the game. Another fantastic game.

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Reviewed by Paul, from United Kingdom
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Rated 5 out of 5
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A brilliant game, even if you suck

I bought a Feast for Odin as a treat for my birthday and promptly played it with my wife.

I am a play by your gut and get immersed kind of player, whereas my wife is much more structured and will think out the best most efficient way to maximise scores. Consequently, I got absolutely trashed. But I did not care at all. I really enjoyed sending my little meeple Vikings off hunting to fill their bellies or raiding to fill their tastefully tessellated halls.

A wonderful game!

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Reviewed by Ian B., from United Kingdom
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

An awesome beast of a game

This is not a gateway game to introduce your friends to the joys of board gaming with. For that, reach for Agricola.

But for seasoned gamers, this is a wonderful game. Big, beautiful and as well-executed - in terms of both design and materials - as you’d expect from Uwe Rosenberg.

There are already plenty of reviews you can read about the mechanics so I won’t repeat all that, beyond marvelling at their elegance. What I love is the sheer educational value of A Feast For Odin; it helps you understand the drivers of Old Norse behaviour in their resource-poor lands. And the Almanac - a whole rulebook-size component that is totally unnecessary to the game but just explains atl things Nordic - marvellous!

Don’t make this your first Rosenberg game. But if you’ve already got one and like it, make sure you save up to get this for your collection too; I can’t see how this evolution of the design ethos can be bettered.

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Using the central board in A Feast for Odin, players have to hunt, gather basic materials, refine those materials, develop their production-buildings, build/buy ships, and raid settlements.

The resulting earnings are placed on the players' board in the best possible pattern to produce income and (later) victory points.

 

   1 - 4 Players  |  30 - 120 minutes  |  Ages 12+

REVIEWS

average rating 5.0 out of 5
Based on 5 reviews
  • 5 Stars
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100% of reviewers would recommend this product to a friend
5 Reviews
Reviewed by Jacob M., from United Kingdom
I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

Uwe at His Best

This is one of the best Uwe Rosenberg games, if you enjoy Agicola, Le Havre, Caverna or others then this is a great one for you. On top of that if you enjoy Patchwork, Cottage Garden, Indian Summer, Spring Meadow or even Tetris then even better!

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Reviewed by Tom, from United Kingdom
I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

A Feast for Odin

The perfect game for a lazy Sunday afternoon! It's big , and initially it seems super complicated, but the iconography and the graphic design mean that once you get going it's really very intuitive. There's minimal player interaction, but the flip side of that is that it's satisfying even when you're not winning; you can take pride in whatever it is that you've built by the end of your 2-3 hours play session. Additionally, the occupation cards mean there's always variety, and a new challenge to be had! A firm favourite!

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Reviewed by Simon B., from United Kingdom
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I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

A Feast for Odin

This is a BIG game which has plenty of worker placement choices. The jigsaw puzzle idea is a great concept and adds depth to the game. Another fantastic game.

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Reviewed by Paul, from United Kingdom
Verified Buyer
I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

A brilliant game, even if you suck

I bought a Feast for Odin as a treat for my birthday and promptly played it with my wife.

I am a play by your gut and get immersed kind of player, whereas my wife is much more structured and will think out the best most efficient way to maximise scores. Consequently, I got absolutely trashed. But I did not care at all. I really enjoyed sending my little meeple Vikings off hunting to fill their bellies or raiding to fill their tastefully tessellated halls.

A wonderful game!

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Reviewed by Ian B., from United Kingdom
Verified Buyer
I recommend this product
Rated 5 out of 5
Review posted

An awesome beast of a game

This is not a gateway game to introduce your friends to the joys of board gaming with. For that, reach for Agricola.

But for seasoned gamers, this is a wonderful game. Big, beautiful and as well-executed - in terms of both design and materials - as you’d expect from Uwe Rosenberg.

There are already plenty of reviews you can read about the mechanics so I won’t repeat all that, beyond marvelling at their elegance. What I love is the sheer educational value of A Feast For Odin; it helps you understand the drivers of Old Norse behaviour in their resource-poor lands. And the Almanac - a whole rulebook-size component that is totally unnecessary to the game but just explains atl things Nordic - marvellous!

Don’t make this your first Rosenberg game. But if you’ve already got one and like it, make sure you save up to get this for your collection too; I can’t see how this evolution of the design ethos can be bettered.

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Shipping

All online orders are picked from our separate warehouse. We always ensure that your games are well packed before leaving. Wherever possible we'll re-use a cardboard box that we received games in from one of our suppliers. We figure it's better that way for our planet. But we do also use new boxes and wraps. If you have a strong preference either way please let us know in your Order Comments.
 

UK Orders

We aim for orders placed before 1:30pm Monday to Friday to be dispatched on the same working day. If this is not possible, your order will be dispatched on the next working day. Orders placed outside our Monday to Friday office hours will be dispatched on the next working day.

Delivery is free on all orders of £65 or more. Orders with a value of less than £65 will incur a delivery charge as follows:

£4.50 - Royal Mail Tracked 48 (2-3 business days delivery time)

£6.00 - Royal Mail Tracked 24 (1-2 business days delivery time)

£5.50 - DHL (next business day delivery, mainland UK only)

International Delivery

If you are from further afield please contact us to discuss.

 
Collect in Store
At check-out you will to have the option to collect your order from our cafés in either Oxford or Bath and avoid the shipping charge. We will notify you by email as soon as your order is ready to collect. Allow up to 3 days for Oxford collection orders and 7 days for Bath collection orders. Orders will be held for a maximum of 21 days before being returned to our warehouse.
 
 
Additional Information
All delivery costs are presented at the 'My Basket' screen once the shipping destination is chosen, before any money is taken.
 
Please note working day delivery does not include Sunday, Bank Holidays, Public Holidays and substitute days (see the GOV UK website for clarification). 
 
If you request that the package is left in a safe place, this will only be done at the discretion of the delivery driver. 
 
Shipping times are not guaranteed. From time to time unforeseen problems that are outside of our control can lead to postal delays. We do not accept responsibility for this these and will not refund shipping fees in these circumstance. If it is imperative that your order must reach reach you the next working day please contact us so that we can quote for a guaranteed next day postal service.

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