Board game


Target audience:
9-11 years and up
In dit bekende legspel bouwen de spelers gezamenlijk de Franse stad Carcassonne op met al haar wegen, steden, kloosters en weiden. Door het inzetten van horigen scoren ze punten voor afgebouwde projecten.
Klaus-Jürgen Wrede
Almere: 999 Games, © 2014 | Other editions
Doos met 72 landtegels, 40 houten meeples, 1 scoretableau, 12 riviertegels, 5 houten abten, spelregels
Inclusief de mini-uitbreidingen "de rivier" en "de abt" Speelduur: 35 min. Voor 2-5 spelers Vermelding op de doos: 7-99 jaar

Availability in Flemish libraries

About Klaus-Jürgen Wrede

Klaus-Jürgen Wrede (born 1963 in Meschede, North Rhine-Westphalia) is a German board game creator, the creator of the best-selling Carcassonne and Downfall of Pompeii.

Early life

Born to music-teacher parents in Meschede, Germany, Wrede grew up in the town of Arnsberg, Germany. He attended college in Cologne, learning music and theology.

Game career

While on a vacation Wrede created Carcassonne which was published in 2000 by Hans im Glück in German and Rio Grande Games in English. Carcassonne has become one of the most popular games at BoardGameGeek; as of 2021, of the thousands of games on the website, only Pandemic has more user ratings.

As a child he played games such as Monopoly and chess. He later played games such as Kremlin, Civilization, Age of Renaissance, Tikal, Read more on Wikipedia