Brick & Mortar
Brick & Mortar Game Layout
Brick & Mortar - Store Card Spread
$70.00

Brick & Mortar

Brick & Mortar is a competitive economic game of narrow margins, quirky stores, and strategic market manipulation. Two to four players assume the role of store owners seeking to expand their reach into a variety of markets. Over multiple rounds, they try to maximize profits, build equity, and undercut the competition—all while dealing with a market that can change at the whim of their opponents.

Each round, you'll simultaneously determine the market, speculate on goods, sell what you can, invest in victory points, and manage your storefronts. Each new store in your building provides unique benefits and restrictions. In the end, the player with the greatest investment in both stores and points wins!

2–4 players, 60–120 minutes

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Inventory status:

Europe: The games are currently at the fulfillment center and ready to be mailed out.

US and Canada: The pallets have been waiting at the New York port since the beginning of September, but they should make their way to the fulfillment center the week of October 20. Your orders will be mailed out once they arrive at Quartermaster Logistics.

Region North America

Only left in stock

 

Over 70 stores, individually illustrated by Tristam Rossin

As you add stores to your building, you'll create a bustling scene while you gain a variety of thematic bonuses.
Brick & Mortar Store Card Examples

Manipulate the market

Each round, you’ll play cards that determine which goods are available to stock your stores and how many of each you’ll be able to sell.
However, these cards get pooled together, so any cards you play may help your opponents stock and sell items as well!

Undercut your friends

You'll bid to buy and sell goods. Bid lower to sell first. Bid higher to earn more money.
Brick & Mortar Bidding Dial
When selling, the quantity is binding. If the demand cards fill up before you can sell, you'll lose your surplus goods!

Brick & Mortar - Building Phase

 

Brick & Mortar - Advertisement Phase

 

Brick & Mortar - Supply Phase

 

Brick & Mortar - Sale Phase

 

Brick & Mortar - Inventory Phase

 

Brick & Mortar - Utilities Phase

 

Brick & Mortar - Investment Phase

Detailed Description

 

Over 70 stores, individually illustrated by Tristam Rossin

As you add stores to your building, you'll create a bustling scene while you gain a variety of thematic bonuses.
Brick & Mortar Store Card Examples

Manipulate the market

Each round, you’ll play cards that determine which goods are available to stock your stores and how many of each you’ll be able to sell.
However, these cards get pooled together, so any cards you play may help your opponents stock and sell items as well!

Undercut your friends

You'll bid to buy and sell goods. Bid lower to sell first. Bid higher to earn more money.
Brick & Mortar Bidding Dial
When selling, the quantity is binding. If the demand cards fill up before you can sell, you'll lose your surplus goods!

Gameplay Overview

Brick & Mortar - Building Phase

 

Brick & Mortar - Advertisement Phase

 

Brick & Mortar - Supply Phase

 

Brick & Mortar - Sale Phase

 

Brick & Mortar - Inventory Phase

 

Brick & Mortar - Utilities Phase

 

Brick & Mortar - Investment Phase