Agricola: All Creatures Big and Small | Board Game Details
- Designer: Uwe Rosenberg
- Artists: Klemens Franz
- Publishers: 999 Games, Filosofia Éditions, Giochi Uniti, Hobby Japan, HomoLudicus, Lacerta, Lookout Games, Swan Panasia Co., Ltd., Z-Man Games, Z-Man Games, Inc.
- Release Date: 2012
- Player count : 2
- Age range : 13+
- Time range : 30 minutes
- Mechanism(s): Area Enclosure, Automatic Resource Growth, Enclosure, Tile Placement, Worker Placement
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