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Agricola (Solo Option)


Updated and streamlined for a new generation of players, Agricola, the award-winning and highly acclaimed game by Uwe Rosenberg, features a revised rulebook and gameplay, along with wood pieces and components for up to four players.

The 17th century was not an easy time to be a farmer.

A game for 1-4 players ages 12 and up; play time is 30 minutes per player.

Amazing replay value.

The Agricola base game is a revised edition of Uwe Rosenberg’s celebrated classic.

The game is designed for 1-4 players, features improved all-wood components and a card selection from the base game as well as its expansions, revised and updated for this edition.

Players begin the game with two family members and can grow their families over the course of the game.

This allows them more actions but remember you have to grow more food to feed your family as it grows!

Feeding your family is a special kind of challenge and players will plant grain and vegetables while supplementing their food supply with sheep, wild boar and cattle.

Guide your family to wealth, health and prosperity and you will win the game.

Agricola Solo Rules

How to Play Agricola


A selection of files from BoardGameGeek. Links will open in a new window or tab.

Agricola Revised Edition – A Plain and Simple Guide

A5 Super Summary containing the most important rules to hand out to players.

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Agricola Automa Decks – Single Player Automated Opponent

Wouldn’t it be great if Agricola had an Automa deck that emulated another player so the single player experience matched the 2-4 player game?

That is what this file attempt to introduce: An Agricola single player variant.

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40 Agricola solitaire challenges

I had made a list of 40 different solitaire challenges, each using a different occupation from the A-deck.

This can be useful for those who want to try out every occupation and learn how each one can be used. You start each game right away with the chosen occupation so you don’t have to worry about losing an action to play them.

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Machina Agricola – A bot for Agricola

This 12-card bot can be used at any player count for Agricola. Multiple decks can even be used for multiple bots. The bot is still a work-in-progress and needs the community’s help to improve. Please share any comments and suggestions.

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Agricola (revised) : an anatomy of the primary decks

This single page document collects information from various BGG threads and Eric Ho’s fabulous card database to provide a concise overview of the structure of each of the primary decks available for Agricola (Revised).

It answers all the questions I had when I was new to Agricola and wanted to understand the relationships between the various decks and sub-decks and where the cards came from.

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Family edition for regular Agricola

Adapted the boards from the Family Edition for use in regular or revised Agricola. Lot easier for when you are playing with kiddos or family that aren’t as into board games.

Yes it’s small. It’s cute and not meant to replace the real thing.

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