Carcassonne | Board Game Details
- Designer: Klaus-Jürgen Wrede
- Artists: Anne Pätzke, Chris Quilliams, Doris Matthäus, Klaus-Jürgen Wrede
- Publishers: 999 Games, Albi, Bard Centrum Gier, Bergsala Enigma, Brain Games, cutia.ro, Devir, Fantasmagoria, Filosofia Éditions, Giochi Uniti, Grow Jogos e Brinquedos, Hans im Glück, Hobby World, Ísöld ehf., Kaissa Chess & Games, Korea Boardgames co., Ltd., Lautapelit.fi, Midgaard Games, MINDOK, Möbius Games, Monkey Time, NeoTroy Games, Piatnik, Rio Grande Games, Schmidt Spiele, Smart Ltd, Stupor Mundi, Swan Panasia Co., Ltd., Venice Connection, Ventura Games, Z-Man Games, Z-Man Games, Inc.
- Release Date: 2000
- Player count : 2 - 5
- Age range : 7+
- Time range : 30 - 45 minutes
- Mechanism(s): Area Control / Area Influence, Area Majority / Influence, Map Addition, Tile Placement
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