I love all games Uwe equally, but some games more equally than others. I once bought Reykholt half price, played it once and decided it was meh. Shelved it. Now I am not the best judge of what's good for me, so it was high time I tried it again.
Your workers can do stuff like buy a greenhouse, get vegetables from the market and plant them. Then there's a harvest phase, then you can feed visiting tourists. If you're successful, there will be more tourists to feed next time.
I played three sessions with the beginner (A) Service Cards, of which I won two. Then I upped to the next level (B) and won again. Hm. It wasn't as bad as my first impression had made it out to be, but I did not have any joy playing either. Except of course when I was handling the veggiemeeples.
For Solitaire Games on Your Table we have to write a limerick this month. It's hard enough in Dutch. So I've started practicing this evening.
There once was a young farmer’s dóttir
Who yelled at her faðir and móðir
If I have to serve one more meal
I swear these tourists will feel
The wrath of the disir! Those rotters.
Yeah I saw it was an actual place. The coincidence is stunning though (I mean, for the French micro-world of board gaming, that is.) The only Uwe games I own are... not really researched nor thematic!
Wow, I've just realized that "Reykholt" is not a French pun... "Reykholt" reads like "Récolte" which means "Harvest" in French. So I thought it was just a made-up name with an Icelandic feel.