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Sagrada Review

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An amazing adaptation of a real-life board game. I enjoyed this digital version a lot and the campaign was a nice challenge. It will take 9h+ for completion.


Approximate amount of time to 100%: 9h+
Estimated achievement difficulty: 6/10
Minimum number of playthroughs needed: 1
Is there a good guide available: You don’t need a guide
Multiplayer achievements: Yes, it has 2 multiplayer achievements for which you need to make an account
Missable achievements: No
Grinding Achievements: No
DLC-Only achievements: No
Time-gated achievements: No
RNG-achievements: No
Does difficulty affect achievements: No difficulty option in the campaign
Unobtainable/glitched achievements: No

This is a puzzle board game in which you have to draft and place dice. There are a few rules:
Your first die has to start on the edge of the board, every next die has to touch another die (diagonals also counts as touching). And you may never have the same number or the same value dice next to each other.

Every game will be a little bit different, because the scoring goals are different, but also the tools that may help you out will be different.

I love this board game IRL and was really looking forward to giving this digital version a try. I had a lot of fun with it and the campaign had some challenging levels. I love how this game looks: the real-life version looks amazing, but they did an amazing job to give this digital version also such a beautiful look.

I list this game as a 9h+ for completion, because I think that it might have been a bit easier for me, because I know the board game so well. There are 2 multiplayer achievements, 2 scoring achievements and all the other ones are for completing each level in the campaign. There is some luck involved in your rolls and draft, but most importantly your opponent’s drafts. Don’t give up if a level seems very challenging: you can do it! Keep focusing on as many goals as you can, especially on those that give you the most points. Having gaps in your pattern at the end of the game isn’t always a bad thing.



This review is written on 22 April 2020 based on the Steam version which has 29 achievement when I write this review. The information can be outdated when developers add or remove achievements.