|Release Date: 2009
||Players: 2 (only)
|Designer: Sébastien Pauchon
||Length: 15-30 minutes
|Artist: Vincent Dutrait, Alexandre Roche
||Complexity: 1.5 / 5
In Jaipur by GameWorks you are competing for the Maharajah’s favour to become the best market trader.
In this unboxing video you can see what comes in the box.
Intro Music: Bomber (Sting) by Riot (https://www.youtube.com/audiolibrary/)
Music: Mystery Bazaar by KevinMacLeod (https://soundcloud.com/kevin-9-1/mystery-bazaar)
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