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# SOLD - 2002 Construction Game $24.95
          Excellent Condition (Sold Out-w)

# 00000 - 2002 Construction Game $21.95
          Very Good Condition - Sold Out

# 00000 - 2002 Construction Game $19.95
          Acceptable Condition - Sold Out

The Construction Game
©2002, The Weekend Farmer Co.
Ages: 10 to Adult
Players: 2 to 6
Don's Game Closet
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1 4-Panel game board
4 Property deeds
1 - $100.000 Gold Star Dump
Site
1 - $200,000 Lost Miner Sand &
Gravel Pit
1 - $400,000 Westside Asphalt
Plant
1 - $500,000 Northside Concrete
Plant
2 Construction rate charts
156 Vinyl equipment stamps
30 Backhoe stamps
30 Dozer stamps
32 Excavator stamps
32 Grader stamps
26 Scraper stamps
06 Truck stamps
5 Vinyl storage sheets
45 Contractors contingency cards
Set of money
$1,000s
$5,000s
$10,000s
$50,000s
$100,000s
Promissory notes
$10,000s
$50,000s
$100,000s
6 Plastic contractor markers
1 Red contractor
1 Blue contractor
1 Green contractor
1 White contractor
1 Purple contractor
1 Yellow contractor
2 Standard 6-sided dice
Rules
Game Contents
DESCRIPTION - from the game
The object of Construction game is to become the biggest contractor in the
valley. The first player to an audited net worth of $1,500,000 wins. The
game may also be played for a pre-set amount of time and whoever is
ahead when time is called wins. Or the game may be played, stormed-in
for days-on-end, with an audit to determine the winner when the weather
finally clears.


Shipping Wt: Approx. 3.5 lbs.
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NOTE: 1993 Edition has a large rectangular box, the
vinyl stamps have filled-in pictures, and the stamps
can be stored on 5 vinyl sheets.  
2002 Edition has a
square box with a 4-panel game board and the vinyl
stamps have outlined pictures