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Terraforming Mars: Ares Expedition

In this time of unprecedented prosperity and advancement for humankind, we are finally ready to expand beyond what once were considered our limits and make a new home among the stars. Ares Expedition is a card game where you take control of an interplanetary corporation with the mission to make Mars habitable (and profitable). Featuring simultaneous action selection and simultaneous resolution, Ares Expedition is a fast-playing strategy game inspired by scientific principles.

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60
Minutes
1-4
Players
14+
Age
2,91/5
Complexity
base game
Mars
space
tabletop
terraforming
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Terraforming Mars: Ares Expedition Terraforming Mars

A new, stand-alone game in the universe of the internationally best-selling game, Terraforming Mars!

In this time of unprecedented prosperity and advancement for humankind, we are finally ready to expand beyond what once were considered our limits and make a new home among the stars. Ares Expedition is a card game where you take control of an interplanetary corporation with the mission to make Mars habitable (and profitable). Featuring simultaneous action selection and simultaneous resolution, Ares Expedition is a fast-playing strategy game inspired by scientific principles.

Will you lead humanity’s new era?

This is the Collector’s edition of the game, containing dual layered player boards and custom storage trays.

Reviews

Overall Rating
7.7
Based on over 14K ratings on
Not quite as good as its big brother, but still excellent in its own right. You lose the tile-laying aspect (and much of the interaction) from original Terraforming Mars, but the card play here is absolutely top notch. A fantastic engine builder!
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9.5/10
jschroeder24
Mix of terraforming mars and race for the galaxy.
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7/10
sixstrings4one
+ mars theme is fun (though more abstracted than the original) + Card tags/requirements + calculating income on the boards is fun + art is colorful, consistent, and not bad (unlike the original) + smaller box with dual-layered boards + shorter playing time than Ark Nova or the original TM > is the experience too similar to Ark Nova or San Juan to justify a purchase? Is the "in-between" size worth it?? - tile laying on the board could have been implemented better (could have made the tiles more like Castles of Burgundy size and maybe kept some of the shared tile placement from the original) - score track is hard to read - no interactive cards from the original TM
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6/10
Onbase
Fun streamlined version of Terraforming Mars. I think I still prefer the original, but this is a nice variation to change things up every so often.
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8/10
Wulfie74
Very good solo play, especially the extended play solo rules.
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8/10
Strangekabuki

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