Themed around the real life park of mythological/monstrous statues, this is a clever game where players compete for the actions needed to develop their village. A depiction of the park forms the central board with cards for the different statues set around the board. Players send their worker pawns with "offerings" to gain the favour of the deities represented by the various statues. However, only the player with the best offering gets to carry out the that activity.
Players each have their own board as well. These represent the player's village where they are Lord of the Manor. The village boards show what players produce each round and house their workers.
The game is full of neat touches: for example, a statue that isn't used in one round becomes 'moss-covered' and is cheaper next round. It lasts just eight turns, putting the players under pressure to get things done quickly.
For 2-4 players, aged 12+, playing time 60 minutes: £33.00 (£27.50 outside the EU)