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Game rules

Download the game rules of Oklahoma Boomers

Oklahoma Boomers is not difficult to learn. The game rules have been structured in such a way that most people will have no difficulty in playing the game.

Many illustrations help to clarify the rules.

 

To open the game rules you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader.

 

 

Video

I explain most of the game rules in this video on the Spieleschmiede-site.

 

Expansions

I have developed four expansions for Oklahoma Boomers.

Santa Fe Railroads

  Santa Fe Railroads expansion
 

The Santa Fe Railroad opens up the prairie.

A homestead can only be lying on one side of the track however.

This means that you can not be sure that the player with the largest area simply wins the game!

 

Silver mines

  Silver Mines expansion
 

They have found silver! Let’s start digging!

The silver mines score extra points at the end of the game. In fact, they score so many points that you will prefer a smaller area with a mine above a larger one without.

This turns Oklahoma Boomers into a completely different game!

Sooners

  Sooners expansion
 

Sooners were boomers that cheated!

They would enter the prairie before the official start of the Land Run. Even though that was not allowed.

As penalty they must help the boomers by placing cornerstones.

But beware! Sooners can suddenly change from a good help to a big threat!

This expansion is partly based on the suggestions and ideas of the backers of my Spieleschmiede/Giochistarter crowdfunding campaign. Thank you all!

Red River

  Red River expansion
 

The Red River is filled with water again. The drought has finally ended!

It takes some time to cross the deeper parts of the river however.

The Red River adds a whole new dynamic to a game of Oklahoma Boomers!

 

This expansion is partly based on the suggestions and ideas of the backers of my Spieleschmiede/Giochistarter crowdfunding campaign. Thank you all!

 

Game board


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