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Is 60 Second City fun to play?
60 Second City

Players: 2 – 2 players | Game Duration 20 – 30 mins | Min. Age 10+ | Game complexity: EASY Genre: Abstract Strategy, Action/Dexterity, Environmental Solo game mode: No | Co-op: Yes | Online Version: No

What is 60 Second City about?

Team up, work together, and strategize. You’ve got 60 seconds. Each player draws tiles and quickly places them on the board at the same time. Build things while protecting your city from space-blocking pollution. In this collaborative strategy game, you have to win or lose together. 

How to Play

The premise of the game is simple – you have exactly 60 seconds to build your own city before time runs out. The goal is to create the most efficient, functional and beautiful city possible in just one minute. Sounds challenging, right? Well, that’s because it is!

But don’t worry, the game comes with a handy rule book that explains all the game mechanics in detail. And once you get the hang of it, you’ll be able to play without constantly checking the rules (although I must admit, I still refer to the rule book from time to time, just in case).

The game requires quick thinking, strategic planning and a bit of luck. You have to carefully select which buildings and resources to use, all while keeping an eye on the clock. And let me tell you, those 60 seconds go by in a flash!

Who Can Play

I would highly recommend ’60 Second City’ to anyone who enjoys fast-paced, strategic games with an element of competition. It’s suitable for players of all ages and skill levels, making it a great choice for family game nights or game nights with friends.

What Makes It Fun

But what really sets this game apart is the fast-paced and competitive nature of it. It’s perfect for those who love a good challenge and thrive under pressure. Plus, the time limit adds an element of excitement and urgency to the gameplay that keeps you on your toes.

I’ve played this game with friends, family and even strangers at board game meetups, and it never fails to bring out everyone’s competitive spirit. And with each game lasting only a minute, it’s easy to play multiple rounds and keep the fun going for hours.


Rulebook and How to Play Guides

Official Rule Book

How to Play 60 Second City and Review Videos

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