• December 1, 2021
 TNTM: How to play Veggie Garden from Quick Simple Fun

TNTM: How to play Veggie Garden from Quick Simple Fun

Danny from ZiaComics.com teaches us how to play the game Veggie Garden from publisher Quick Simple Fun. This is a game for 2-4 players age 14+ and takes 20-30 minutes to play.

Official Description of Veggie Garden from Quick Simple Fun:

Plant like the best, or lose like the rest!
Veggie Garden is a fun and fast-paced game for 2-4 players, all of which are trying to grow the most vegetables in the shortest amount of time. But it won’t be easy — other players will be fighting for space in the garden, along with the pesky Groundhog and mischievous Bunny popping up at every turn! So get your green thumbs ready and dive in to Veggie Garden!

What’s in the Box?

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Over 100 High-Quality Components!

  • 1 Game Board
  • 12 Numbered Fence Post Tiles (4 of each kind)
  • 1 Bunny Fence Post Tile
  • 1 Blank Replacement Fence Post Tile
  • 6 Vegetable Reference Tiles
  • 1 Bunny Token
  • 1 Groundhog Token
  • 84 Veggie Cards (6 Different Types, 14 of each)

Put on Your Gardening Gloves!

The Community Garden is open for business, and it’s up to you to fill it up with delicious vegetables and make sure they grow healthy and big!

In Veggie Garden, players will compete against each other to cultivate the community garden and make it the best it can be.

Can you use your green thumb to come out ahead of the other gardeners? Find out in Veggie Garden!

Flex Your Green Thumb

In Veggie Garden, every play you make will affect the makeup of the community garden, and your final score. Each Veggie has its own unique effect on the game, so plan your moves carefully and change the garden so it benefits you the most at the end of the game.

Pick Your Vegetables

At the beginning of each player’s turn, they will select one of the veggie cards from the harvest to add to their hand. When a veggie card is drafted, the player who drafted it will carry out the action associated with that veggie. For Example: Selecting a Carrot card from the harvest will allow a player to swap the Bunny with another fence post tile, which could drastically change how scoring plays out!

Cultivate Your Hand

Drafting veggie cards does more than just change the garden. When players draft their veggie cards, they are also attempting to craft a hand that can score the most points at the end of the game. It’s a balancing act between picking from the veggies available in the harvest and planning for what each veggie will be worth. Can you find the golden ratio and cultivate the best hand?

A Bountiful Harvest

Once each player has 8 veggie cards in hand, the game moves into scoring. Players will reveal their hands and go to count up how much each veggie is worth by looking at the final state of the garden. The fence posts around the edges of the garden will help you tally the total value of the veggies in your hand, and the player with the highest score will be crowned the gardening champion!

Plant with the Best, or Lose Like the Rest!

Veggie Garden promises to be fun for the whole family! So get your green thumbs ready and dive in to Veggie Garden today!

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