As a mayor, you will expand the city by laying down various building tiles such as different power plants, public facilities, and pollution control centers. Maximizing your electricity production while maintaining the balance between air pollution and public support is the key to victory!
Homosapiens Lab 2-4 players | 60 min | Age 12+

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Game Overview



Electropolis is a strategic city-building boardgame. As the mayor of the ever-growing city, you must plan out the best energy solution to meet the skyrocketing demand for electricity. The pros and cons of coal-fired plants, green energy, and nuclear power challenge you with tough decisions throughout the game.


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The dynamic turn order selection mechanic ignites an intense player interaction in pursuit of construction permits for specific zones and crucial tiles to be claimed. Should you act early to grab the stronger tiles, or wait to be able to construct more buildings and expand your city? Outwit your fellow mayors and build the most magnificent city to win the game!

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Game Basics


Designer: Chang Yu Di, Ku Chun Wei, Wang Liang

Artist: Artwork created by Mirko Grisendi, Masha Tace, and Freepik

Publisher: Homosapiens Lab


Players: 2-4

Time: 60 min

Age: 12+


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Building Tiles x144

Cloth Bag x1

Trend Cards x6

Development Cards x32

Turn order Board x1

Player City Boards x4

City Center Tiles x4

Wooden Player Tokens x20

Citizen's Support Track x1

Air Pollution Track x1

Score Track x1

50-VP Markers x8

Rulebooks x2 (EN/CH)


Box Dimensions

27.5*19*5 cm





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