A highly compelling, strategy war game in which each player is a king
Acquire resources, raise army, attack other kings - experience the life of a king
Real kings, realistic map, real objectives
Fascinating toy for boys, girls and adults of age 8-12 years and above
Good quality, international standard game components; Best for birthday gifts
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Samrat is a board game set in 12th CE India. This is the time when Muhammad Ghori plans to take over India, which was ruled by Prithviraj Chauhan from Delhi, Raja Jaichand from Kannauj & Raja Bhimdev II from Gujarat.
While history notes the success story of Ghori, Samrat gives its players a chance to rewrite history.
How The Game Works Each player is a king from medieval India & earns stars by completing objectives, some of which are based on real Indian history!
Build camps to produce Gold, Stone & Wood resources, raise an army, conduct battles & complete objectives. The first player to earn 5 stars (2 players) or 7 stars (3 or 4 players) wins the game!
Transforming learning into a truly exciting experience.
Playing is a great way to learn. It brings out the innate interest in everyone to participate actively. We make board games that are highly compelling and fun to play, but at the same time, drive learning in the background without kids even realizing. Samrat is a strategy game based on real Indian history that gives the players a flavor of ruling like a king and living in the past.
Experiential Learning Of Indian History
While acquiring resources, completing objectives, raising an army and attacking others, the players get to truly experience how a king may have strategized in the past. All not withholding the fun of a strategy-war game.
18 inch x 18 inch Main Board: A medieval map of India that realistically depicts the four kingdoms and the popular cities of the time.
4 King Boards: Smaller boards for each king that identify the king's objectives and characteristics.
45 Camps: Gold, Stone and Wood camps that produce resources when built in any of the six sectors of a kingdom.
90 Resource Cards: Gold, Stone & Wood resources generated by their respective camps.
60 Army Units: Three types of army units - Swordsmen, Cavalry and Elephants, which may be purchased for their resource cost.
1 Qutbuddin Aibek: The special army unit of Muhammad Ghori.
20 Fortune Cards: Unexpected fortune that can provide special benefits to a player.
30 Stars: Each completed objective earns stars.
4 Pawns & 1 Dice: All made of wood.
4 Costs and Strength cards
2 Reference Cards & 1 Manual: All the help required to play and master the game.