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Rebel's new title, Dream Home is a family board game for two to four players in which you get to build a house with a variety of rooms, decor, and exteriors. Over the course of twelve turns, you and your opponents each claim a dozen card pairs, each with a room and a special card. Then you place the rooms on your home board and use special cards to gain more points, acquire special abilities, move rooms around, or upgrade the home's exterior. Vie for the ever-traveling first player token, take a gamble on which cards are coming your way, and strategically collect room and roof sets to gain the most points. Dream Home is easy to teach, quick to play, and endlessly entertaining for the whole family!
From the Ground, Up
Like in any home, you must build your way up. The foundation of your dream home is poured and ready to go, but over the twelve turns in the game, you must fill each of your house's room spots. On the ground floor are two basement spaces, which must be filled before you can build directly above them. You may only place special basement rooms in those spaces, making your early in-game decisions particularly important.
On the second and third level, you will build the regular rooms and annexes. Regular rooms include all the fundamental spaces in a home, such as a kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, or living room, and can be expanded by placing two or three of the same kind immediately next to one another. The annexes can be placed on their own, but earn you even more points if they're placed next to their associated room. For example, the pantry earns you one point by itself, but three if strategically placed next to a kitchen.
Because there are only twelve turns and you need twelve rooms to fill your house, you can never pass on building a room. However, if you are unable to build a room face-up for any reason, you can build a closed room face-down. It won't earn you any points, but you can then continue to build around and on top of it, and if you get the right helper, you can even swap it out by the end of the game!
The Finishing Touches
As you build your rooms, you will also accumulate different kinds of special cards: Helpers, Tools, Furniture, and Roof cards. The Helper and Tool cards each have different abilities which will allow you to move rooms around your home, take special actions before drawing your cards, ignore certain game rules, or gain points for fulfilling additional requests. Depending on your game strategy, these can range from being somewhat helpful to invaluable in the construction process.
If you're just looking for additional points, you can beautify your house using Furniture and Roof cards. Furniture cards are associated with specific rooms, but also restrict the room from being expanded, so you'll want to consider moving your things in carefully. The Roof tiles have a special place on the board, and earn you more points if you build a matching roof. At the end of the game, you will earn different amounts of points based on how many Roof cards you have, what colors they are, and if they have any special features. You can't look at these cards after you collect them, so you have to try to remember which colors you've already picked up!
When you select your card pair each turn, you may choose to forgo taking a Special card altogether by claiming the Room card underneath the first player space. If you do this, you will take the first player figure and choose your cards first during the next turn. This can be especially valuable when you have a few spaces and you know just what you want to go in them. That way, your opponents can't snatch away the room you have your eye on.
What A Lovely Home You Have!
As you and your opponents progress through the turns, your home will fill up with spacious rooms and beloved belongings. But only one house on the block can truly be the best. If you planned ahead and designed your home just right, you'll be the talk of the town and the winner of the game. Live the life you've always imagined in Dream Home!
• A family board game for two to four players
• Design and construct the most perfect three-story house
• Claim the first player token for first choice of rooms
• Test your memory as you try to collect a set of matching roof cards
• Learn and play in thirty minutes