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Immerse yourself in the spirit of ancient Angkor

Each player in City of Glory oversees a village, where laborers can farm or work on building an Angkor temple. Train your laborers as Apsaras to dance for the gods or as Artisans to decorate the temple. Grow rice to support your kingdom. Buy buffaloes and elephants to grow rice and build more quickly. Complete the temple before the gods no longer favor your city or its king. City of Glory is a collaborative, family-friendly card game that captures the spirit of ancient Cambodian kingdoms.

Below is a video from the City of Glory YouTube channel that will help you learn how to play. Visit the YouTube channel or click on the link above (Instructional Videos) to watch all the current videos. Stay tuned for more videos, including “Round 1”, “The Harvest”, and “Building the Temple” as well as instructions in French and Khmer!

About City of Glory

How to play city of glory card game

Ilustrated Instructions

Each set of cards comes with written rules and illustrated “How to play” instructions. This page will give an overview of the game and explain special circumstances and FAQs. Instructions in French & Khmer are coming soon! General Instructions: Object: The object is to build, carve, and populate an Angkor temple. You must work togetherContinue reading “Ilustrated Instructions”

Colorful Playing Cards

Each deck includes 179 colorful playing cards featuring all the people, animals, and resources needed to build a templeĀ andĀ a prosperous agrarian society! Be careful of Event Cards, including Honor the Gods and Cham Invasion. You must play your cards correctly to train laborers to become Apsaras and make the gods happy or produce enough riceContinue reading “Colorful Playing Cards”

About the Game & its Creator

City of Glory card game was created by Trevor Ranges, author of the National Geographer Traveler: Cambodia guidebook. This game is intended to support various Cambodian social enterprises by featuring them on particular playing cards, including apsaras, artisans, circus performers, and elephants. Why buy the game? It’s a family fun game that requires players toContinue reading “About the Game & its Creator”

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