Museum: Pictura, a new standalone

Introducing Museum: Pictura, a new standalone opus in the Museum range! 

Museum: Pictura is a set collection game for 2-4 players by Olivier Melison and Eric Dubus, in which you take on the role of an aspiring curator in an art museum. Your goal is to create collections of some of History’s most iconic works of art.

Museum: Pictura brings exciting new mechanics and strategies to the table, while maintaining a strong family connection to its predecessor. The basic style and premise of the game remain set collection and Museum curation, but the historical artefacts from the original game have been replaced with classic art, from the Renaissance period all the way to Impressionism.
This change of theme is reflected in Museum: Pictura’s mechanics. You will have to deal with the changing trends of the art world, acquiring and exhibiting Paintings depending on what is currently in highest demand. As your Collections grow, you will be able to open them briefly to the public with a Temporary Exhibition, which allows you to immediately score that Collection’s value and obtain special bonuses for the rest of the game. But beware, your visitors will quickly grow tired of seeing the same types of Collection again and again, so timing your exhibitions correctly is essential!

With a wealth of ways to score points and plenty of player interaction, Museum: Pictura’s fresh mechanics bring a fascinating twist to the original game, that is sure to delight veteran curators and new players alike!

Set in the roaring 20’s, the game is gorgeously illustrated in art deco style byLoïc Muzy, while the 180 paintings featured in the game have been individually brought to life by Ekaterina Varlamov. Both artists worked on the original game.

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