Good Little Gardens is a light drafting and tableau-building game for up to 5 players, including rules for solo play, with a colourful theme and a couple of super-simple twists.
In each of four rounds you’ll compete to draft cards to build the best and most valuable garden.
Score points for ‘abundance’ and ‘diversity’ by planting lots of beds of one colour while also trying to create larger plots of multiple colours. As the game goes on, scoring for abundance will become trickier, diversity more valuable — and you’ll want to watch out for the weeds.
So keep your wits and weedkiller about you and get planting!
- Players: 1-5
- Length: 30 minutes
- Publisher: Good Little Games
- Designer: Brett J. Gilbert & Matthew Dunstan
- Page count: 4
- Components: 26 cards, rules
- Additional components needed: 20 score tokens (4 tokens in each of 5 colors), 15 weedkillers (coins make great weedkillers!), a way to keep score (pen and paper is fine!)