|Published||Players||Playing time||Age||2015||2 - 5||30 - 45 min||7+|
Carcassonne is a tile laying game for two to five players, designed by Klaus-Jurgen Wrede and published in 2000 by Hans im Gluck in German and by Rio Grande Games (until 2012) and Z-Man Games (currently) in English. It received the Spiel Des Jahres and the Deutscher Sipele Preis awards in 2001.
It is named after the medieval walled town of Carcassonne in southern France, famed for its city walls. The game has spawned many expansions and spin-offs, and several PC, console and mobile versions. A new edition, with updated artwork on the tiles and the box, was released in 2014.