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Niche Spotlight – Sagrada

Sagrada

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Today’s Spotlight is Sagrada, a dice drafting board game by Dire Wolf Digital and Floodgate Games.

Sagrada is a digital adaptation of the hit board game of the same name by Floodgate Games. In the game, players become stained-glass artisans competing to please clients.

Create the most beautiful stained-glass window by drafting colorful dice, then placing them on a board to form patterns- obeying the restrictions on the color and value of the die, and creating patterns to score big.

The original board game launched in 2017, and won numerous nominations since. These include 2017 Golden Geek Board Game of the Year Nominee, and the 2018 Origins Awards Best Family Game and Nominee Best Board Game Nominee.

You can find a trailer for the game below.

Sagrada is available on Windows PC, Mac (both via Steam), Andorid, and iOS. The Steam version is $9.99, while the mobile version is $6.99.

You can find a rundown of the game (via Steam) below:


Bring your stained glass masterpiece to dazzling digital life in Sagrada, the dice-drafting board game from Floodgate Games.

Take turns selecting colorful dice and placing them in your gorgeous stained-glass window. The artisan who creates the most beautiful window wins.

Choose your dice carefully!

Find the perfect fit for each piece of your window: restrictions on both the color and number showing on your die make for a puzzling challenge.

Use your tools!

As a master artisan, your tools-of-the-trade will help you shape the dice available.

Please your admirers!

Adapt to the fickle demands of your patrons — while keeping your signature artistic flair — for additional prestige.


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Frank Streva

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