Indian Summer is the second part of Uwe Rosenberg's puzzle trilogy following 2016's Cottage Garden, and this game is firmly geared towards experienced players. At the heart of the game are puzzle tiles with holes that are placed on individual forest boards to cover up treasures. When players get their hands on these, they gain more options and an edge over their opponents. All that counts in the end is to be the first to cover your forest floor completely with leaves.
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User Ratings & Reviews
I generally like spatial games and things by Uwe Rosenberg. This is not exception. Solid game, though won't replace Patchwork for me.
I like it slightly better than Cottage Garden. I don't like how often the tie breaker comes into play.
Rosenberg is no longer an insta-buy at this point. Just dreadful.
While missing the elegance of Patchwork, the broad choices of player actions really elevates this game to an exciting competition between players. The short playtime makes every action count.