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Board game review & gameplay of: LUNA capital

Game design: Jose Ramón Palacios

Illustrations: Albert Monteys

  • 8/10
  • 8+
  • 1-4 players
  • 45 minutes


In Luna Capital players build up a settlement on the moon! They do so by drafting cards and tiles, followed by playing them in the settlement.

The game is played over 3 rounds. In the first turn of a round players draft 1 tile, second 2 and so on…

The cards are placed in ascending order in a grid that can not be bigger than 3 rows. Robots can be placed to neglect the number of a card. After playing a card, the tiles can be played right on top of these or earlier played cards.

When all players have played 12 cards, after 3 rounds, the game ends and players tally up scores for the tiles specific and the end of round goals. Highest points wins the game!


Luna Capital is a nicely illustrated game with some thinky choices to make! The components are very cool and the gameplay is solid.

👍 the components with the spacetile holder and a solid insert are awesome!

👍 artwork is designed by Albers Monteys Homar, a famous spanish comic artist and looks a bit greyish, but really great 🔥

👍 the gameplay is solid and fun! I really like that the market grows each round and there are a lot of options to score points. This makes it fun to chase different ways each game!

➖ iconography is a bit tiny

➖ Sometimes I had some trouble placing the numbered cards in the right way


A copy of this game was provided to me by Keep Exploring Games for the purpose of writing this review. My opinion however remains my own.

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