Another weekend is approaching and that means we’re headed to the farmer’s market! It’s not always easy pickings, just getting a few fruits and veggies and packing them up all willy-nilly. Sometimes you have to challenge yourself and organize your goodies just right to score big! Ready to go? Let’s do it!

What Is It?

A tile-laying game where players will have 8 intersecting challenge they are trying to fulfill and score. These may include having a specific number and/or type of ingredient, having none of a certain ingredient, having matching or different ingredients in a row or column, and more. Players will take turns drafting food tiles and placing them on an empty space in their 4×4 grid, wherever they think it will serve them best to reach their goals. At the end of the game players will score each of their challenges, if they can, and the player with the most points wins!

Who Is It For?

  • Ages 7+ – Could probably do 5+ with the “Young Shopper” Variant
  • 2-4 Players – Scales well for any count
  • Families / Groups with kids
  • Fans of open drafting and tile-laying


Young Shopper Variant – For this variant, there are always 3 food tiles available to choose from, and there are no challenge tiles. Players still make a 4×4 grid but at the end they will simply score 1 point for each food that is the majority in its row or column. It’s a very simple, stripped down version of the game that’s good for a 1st play with some kids who might be newer to gaming before teaching the full game, or just for playing with a younger audience all together (maybe 5+).


  • Aesthetics – The art is very simple, but also cute and charming
  • Components – Nice quality tiles, nice magnetic box
  • Rules – Well-written; easy to learn from
  • Turns are fairly quick
  • Challenge tiles are double sided, giving you options for how hard you want to make it to score certain amounts of points
  • No restrictive placement rules, everything is up to you so you can try to set up your best options for scoring your challenges


  • I thought passing the 1st player marker counter clockwise was very strange, and it confused us a few times while playing as to whose turn it was.
  • The box fits the tiles pretty much exactly, so getting them back into the box is a little annoying

Final Thoughts

I thought there was something so charming about this game. It’s very simple and casual, and it works well. There’s not a ton of player interaction, but it can be fun to see the exact tile you need and wonder if you’ll get to draft it, or if the player before you will snatch it up!

Of course, there’s luck of the draw in what tiles come out, and what’s available to you by the time you draft if you don’t have first pick, but rotating turn order seems to balance that well, along with being able to choose your challenges and sort of set your own board’s difficulty at the beginning of the game.

Overall, a nice choice for a younger audience or newer gamers, or even a filler game for more seasoned audiences.

Additional Information:
My Final Rating: 6/10

Designers – Johan Benvenuto, Alexandre Droit
Artist – N/A
Publisher – Blue Orange Games
MSRP – $15.99

*I was provided a copy of this game to do this review*

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