Mexica (board game)

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Mexica -GameCon 2007.jpg
Players 2–4
Age range 10 +
Setup time 10 minutes
Playing time 60–75 minutes
Random chance None
Skill(s) required Strategic thought

Mexica is a board game designed by Wolfgang Kramer and Michael Kiesling and published in 2002 by Ravensburger in German and Rio Grande Games in English. Mexica was awarded 5th prize in the 2002 Deutscher Spiele Preis.

Mexica is the third game in the Mask Trilogy, after Tikal and Java. In the game, players attempt to partition the city of Tenochtitlan in Lake Texoco into districts, and then gain influence over the most developed districts.

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