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Bohnanza hierarchy

This is an organization of the [German] Bohnanza family to clarify which ones are standalone games, and which are expansions for what. The base games are listed bold, and relevant expansions are listed under them.

  • 1997 Bohnanza
    • 1997 Bohnanza Erweiterungs-Set adds beans 4 (Kakao-), 22 (Weinbrand-), and 24 (Kaffee-), as well as six- and seven-player rules.
    • 1998 La Isla Bohnitâ adds beans 26 (Wachs-) and 28 (Mokka-), and introduces shipping and pirates, as well as rules for a two-player bean duel.
    • 2000 High Bohn introduces a Western town.
    • 2001 Mutabohn provides mutation pattern cards.
    • 2001 Bohnanza Erweiterungs-Set (Revised Edition) introduces Order cards and bean 3 (Acker-).
    • 2001 High Bohn: Bohnenduell um 12 Uhr mittags is a clarified version of High Bohn, plus the Prohibohn expansion to Al Cabohne, and 22 Cognacbohnen optionally usable in either game's expansion.
    • 2002 Ladybohn adds the female counterparts for beans 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, and 20.
    • 2003 Bohnaparte (Lookout Games) adds a modular map to host a war, fueled by bean trade.
    • 2003 Dschingis Bohn functionally identical to Bohnaparte, and combinable therewith.
    • 2003 Bohnanza counters contains no text.
    • 2004 Telebohn reverses the core rules of Bohnanza, and adds special action cards, many of which give tribute to earlier expansions.
    • 2004 Bohnaparte: Liberté! Egalité! Bohnité! (Amigo) includes a mishmash of both Bohnaparte and Dschingis Bohn.
    • 2004 Amigo Bohnentaler introduces a big Bohnentaler.
    • 2007 Bohnröschen is an expansion for Bohnanza or Ladybohn: Manche mögen's heiss!. It gives the players a rose thicket through which they must hack, shifting the focus of the classic bean-trading game.
    • 2007 Das Grosse Bohnanza Buch includes six SpiderBeans, which can be used with Bohnanza or Ladybohn: Manche mögen's heiss!. These beans introduce an small bluffing element, and a very unusual beanometer that is mostly based on transitions, rather than quantity.
    • 2007 Auf der schwäb'schen Eisenbohn is an expansion for Bohnanza. The Swabean Railway travels through Stuttgart, Ulm, Biberach, Durlesbach, and Meckenbeuren, each of which has its own beanometer. This expansion introduces 22 more beans, as well as a shareholding mechanism!
    • 2009 Bohnedikt is an expansion for Bohnanza. Grow beans in God's own beanfield. Bohn-edicts should keep things interesting....
    • 2011 Bohn Camillo is two-player variant for Bohnanza, themed on the movie Don Camillo e l'on. Peppone, in which the titular characters have a love-hate relationship: They fight each other, spy on each other, and steal from each other – all while trying to thwart each other's plans.
  • 1999 Space Beans is a fast-paced game using science fiction beans, and nearly opposite rules of Bohnanza.
  • 2000 Al Cabohne uses the engine of Bohnanza, modified for 1-2 players, adding a Bohnenmafia artificial competitor.
  • 2002 Bohn Hansa is a board game of bean delivery loosely based on Bohnanza.
  • 2005 Rabohnzel uses the Bohnanza core engine, with an infusion of magic spells.
  • 2006 Bohnkick is a soccer game that uses the Bohnanza bean types to identify the different positions.
  • 2006 Kannibohne is to Al Cabohne what Rabohnzel is to Bohnanza. Two players attempt to cultivate beans, leaving their leftover junk for each other. However, 19 of the 33 cards have special action text. If one of those cards is the topmost bean in your field during the appropriate phase, you may use its special action. There is no equivalent of the Bohnenmafia, and score is kept on paper, making this the first game in the family to keep all the cards in circulation. Bean frequencies range from 4 to 7.
  • 2012 Bohn to be Wild! is a bigger, enhanced take on Bohnanza, using the core engine, but a completely different set of cards (kind of like how Priests of Ra builds upon Ra's engine with completely new tiles). There are some small changes to the trading phase, but most importantly, there are wild beans, each of which features one of ten different icons that affect gameplay when it is exposed.
  • 2012 Würfel Bohnanza is, as the name suggests, a Bohnanza dice game. Try to fill orders by getting the right combinations of die faces, so you can earn money for the order. An interesting aspect of this game is that the other players can benefit from the rolls you make on your turn, so everyone has to pay attention!
  • 2013 Sissi! Die Bohnenkaiserin is a small evolution from good ol' Bohnanza. Although it inherits the card-drawing rules from Bohn to be Wild!, the rest of the game is basic Bohnanza… with one huge exception: There are 50 Sissi beans, which can (and usually should) be planted interspersed in your otherwise-normal bean fields. At the end of your turn, any bean field with two consecutive beans of the same type (i.e. 2 Sissi or 2 of the field's type) must be harvested.
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