7 Wonders box 3D

You could win a $500 giftcard, exclusive figures, and many other bundles

The contest will be live for 8 weeks. Each week, win copies of the 7 Wonders base game, expansions, promos, and even exclusive 3D figures inspired by the 7 Wonders of the world and signed by the designer. Every week for the first 7 weeks, answer 2 multiple choice questions, solve a riddle, and find the closest answer to a bonus question to win one of 7 weekly prizes. During the 8th and final week, find the answer to the Great Mystery, using the clues collected at the end of each weekly riddle, to win $500 in store credit for Asmodee products at one of our partner stores.


7 Wonders is a game first published in 2010 by Belgian publisher Repos Production; the game’s author is Antoine Bauza, and its illustrator is Miguel Coimbra. 7 Wonders made immediate history upon release, striking a chord with its audience and earning near-unanimous positive reviews from an industry with thousands of new releases every year. 7 Wonders is a civilization-building game that can be played by 3-7 players in 30 minutes.



The provenance of the original list of the 7 Wonders of the world is rather mysterious. We know that these buildings were constructed during antiquity, in a span of time which reaches from the 3rd millennia BC up to the 3rd century BC. The first written trace of this list is attributed to a certain Philo of Byzantium who is said to have written a document called the Palatinus 398. A copy of this document is currently preserved in the library of Heidelberg university. Originally, the ramparts of Babylon were part of the list, but they’ve been replaced by the Lighthouse of Alexandria. 


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