Sankt Petersburg (2. Auflage)


Designers Karl-Heinz Schmiel
Bernd Brunnhofer
Publishers Hans im Glück Verlag
Year released2014
Playing time (minutes)60
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Reviewsdereport  (19.02.2015) by Walter
dereport  (26.02.2015) by Walter
dereport  (29.12.2016) by Walter
Individual ratingsAaron: 7, Günther: 9, Moritz: 8, Walter: 8, Sabina: 8, Milo: 7
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Game of the Month
February 2015
This game has been one of our most-discussed and played games in the past, and of course there is the computer conversion by our Westpark member Günther Rosenbaum. So everybody was happy to get this game back on the table, in its shiny new version with added expansions and new tactical possibilities. St. Petersburg is still an excellent game and has lost nothing of its original appeal. It merges an accessible and easy rules system (which is – despite the theme – a completely abstract empire building style card game) with a fast playing style that gives many options for the players. The main new addition is the “market”, which is a new victory path that players can either concentrate on or that can be combined with other victory paths. The new rules integrate seamlessly into the system and really add something to the game, so it can probably be forgiven that the mini-expansion that was only available for Kickstarter supporters of the new addition is a bit lame. St. Petersburg is still alive and kicking and can be wholly recommended!