Asterion is a tile-laying game for 2 to 4 players by Néstor Romeral Andrés. Art by Silvia Romeral Andrés and Néstor himself.
Asterion, the Minotaur, awaits in the centre of the labyrinth. His labyrinth is strewn with treasure chests… and wings plucked from his more mythical victims. You can work together or against one another to ensure that the minotaur's horns impale your opponents' people, while your own flee or fly away with all the treasure they can carry. Dare to enter the labyrinth, find its treasures, discover the true nature of your opponents, and escape before they can lead Asterion to you.
In Asterion, players take turns placing a tile on the table, trying to connect their prisoners to the treasures and the outside of the labyrinth (or at least two wings) but not to Asterion. The player that escapes with more prisoners and treasures wins the game.
Components: 68 labyrinth cards (17 for each player; 5x5 cm),
1 minotaur card, at least 20 small black counters,