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Wingspan Asia is several different things: A stand-alone game for 1 player or 2 players (Duet mode that can be used with any bird/bonus cards), a card expansion to the original Wingspan (any bird/bonus cards across any Wingspan game or expansion can be combined), and a 6-7 player expansion via the new Flock mode (for which the player components from the core game are necessary).
Asia is home to over 2,800 bird species, so it was quite a challenge for Elizabeth to narrow them down to a reasonable quantity for an expansion. She used suggestions from the Wingspan Facebook group and the bird request form on our website along with some of her favorites from research and top picks from each of our localization partners in Asia. If your favorite bird is missing, feel free to still suggest it here (we may someday make a promo pack of the most popular birds we missed):
One of the biggest challenges of making Wingspan Asia both a standalone game for 1-2 players and an expansion was the rulebook. We needed the rulebook to stand alone yet also teach the Duet and Flock modes for people who already know the rules.
As a result, we decided to make a single comprehensive rulebook for all of Wingspan. That way you only ever need to reference this one rulebook instead of juggling rulebooks from the core game and other expansions (though please keep your appendices!). The result is the 16-page rulebook you can find on our website now (and, of course, in the Wingspan Asia box).
A core component for each player in Wingspan is the player mat on which you play birds and select various actions. With Wingspan Asia being a standalone game for 1-2 players in addition to being an expansion, we needed to include 2 player mats.
With the core game of Wingspan covering the birds of North America, our hope has been to cover each other continent in an expansion. First was Europe, then Oceania; we selected Asia next at least partially because we have a large player base, multiple distributors, and a number of localization partners in Asia. The remaining continents (in no particular order) are Antarctica, Africa, and Latin America.
When Elizabeth and I discussed some ideas for the expansion (beyond just more birds), I proposed the possibility of making it playable without the core game for 1-2 players. Thus it could invite more people into the world of Wingspan and hopefully do something unique at those player counts, especially during the pandemic.
Love the new bird cards and bonus cards in the Asia expansion!Question: For the replacement Anatomist bonus card, for 4+ birds, the point value on the Asia replacement card is worth 6 points. It is replacing the bonus card from the base game where 4+ birds is worth 7 points. What was the rationale for reducing this point value? Was it to balance the game in some way? (or was this unintentional?) Thanks!
I hear you, Christian! We were trying to make this expansion as concise as possible for eco-friendly reasons, figuring that 90% of people would use it as an expansion and not need the box (but we still wanted to take into consideration those who do use it as a stand-alone game). I store my Wingspan Asia cards in the bags.
Is there a resource for finding what local stores are carrying this expansion? I want to support local game stores, if possible, but going store by store until I find it is not an ideal option for me.
Why are there duplicate bonus cards in the Asia expansion for Cartographer, Photographer, and Anatomist as they were included in the original game? Why is the 4+ bird points 6 instead of 7 for the Anatomist in the Asia expansion version?
I have the core and wingspan european expansion and typically its my wife and i play and we get about four games out of a set of cards. As we plan to get other expansion packs my questions are:How do people shuffle the cards? Currently i spread them out over the living room carpet and give them a good mix but im not sure how practical that is with four setsHow often do you shuffle them? We tend to work through them until we have less than a game full left but do people shuffle them after each game as you get more sets to keep the mix fresh?Thanks.
Asia is a standalone game only for 1-2 players. For your first play at higher player counts (given that you have the core game and other expansions) if you want to have mostly Asia stuff, you could stack the deck so all the Asia cards show up first.
1. Is Duet mode optional for two players? Or is it kind of the recommended way to play with two players from now on? Just wondering what should be treated as the most standard version of the game with all the expansions going forward.
Hi Jamey and SG team! The upcomming Asia expansion totally sold me the Wingspan game. will the Wingspan Bundle include the Asia expansion once it is launched? I might be wanting to purchase everything at once :)
My question: if I wanted to mix in the new Asia expansion birds into the larger deck (NA+EE+OE), but also retain the ability to play a standard 2-player with just AE cards, is there a way to purchase a second pack of AE cards without buying the whole game twice? Or would I need to manually pull the AE cards out from the larger deck each time?
Hi Jamey,Wth the Nesting box saving on packaging for Asia, could you could produce versions of subsequent expansions that come in cheaper/more sustainable packaging for Nesting Box owners, or would splitting the packaging run make that a financial non-starter? I am personally open to receiving Wingspan Africa in a brown paper bag like it was some sort of contraband :D
SUPER excited for this expansion! Admittedly (and proudly), we are Wingspan addicts and have enjoyed both the online and board game versions. We use a 6-deck card shuffler to enjoy all of the birds in one sitting.
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