Ra is an auction and set-collection game with an Ancient Egyptian theme. Each turn players are able to purchase lots of tiles with their bidding tiles (suns). Reiner Knizia's Ra is a welcome return to the boardgame market. Ryan Metzler reviews Ra To buy the game, go to wunschberuf.info For more reviews and videos. Posted by Josh Edwards. This is my blog where I "review" ramble about board games that I play. Tags Players , , 60 mins , Auction , Bidding , egyptian , Knizia , ra , reprint , set collection. Josh Edwards April 23, at Music Movies TV Comedy Games Books Comics Politics Tech Travel Food Drink Design More Sections Books Comedy Comics Design Drink Food Games Health Movies Music Politics Science Tech Travel TV Wrestling Studio Daytrotter Cloud Advertise. In my first game, in the first epoch I ended up being the only player left with auction tokens. In each case if you take a disaster tile as part of an auction lot you must discard two of the appropriate type of tile. I give it points for its design, but find little to no fun in the gameplay. You can also start an auction by invoking Ra. This edition includes rules for two players, as well as the standard rules for up to five, and games typically take under an hour once everyone grasps the scoring. Careful use of your sun disks will yield great architectural wonders, civil and agricultural advancements, and even a little fame and fortune along the way. Via Nebula Review We put our head in the clouds and review Oct 05, Make sure to read both opinions to get a better overall picture of the game! Careful use of your sun disks will yield great architectural wonders, civil and agricultural advancements, and even a little fame and fortune along the way. Tiles can have players competing for a majority, as with the Pharaohs, or sets of like and unlike types for monuments, while Nile tiles, no matter how many you have, require at least one flood tile per epoch to score. However, when you brush away the sand with a delicate archaeological brush, you may find one of the hidden treasures from the previous century you never knew of. The two middle players are just kind of stuck in between. The ebb and flow of these sun disks will often be key to your success in this game. Mage Knight Board Game.