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A digital version of the board game Carcassonne, implemented in Java. This desktop computer game supports up to five players at the same time (shared-screen multiplayer mode).
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Carcassonne

This is a slightly adapted, digital version of the board game Carcassonne.

Carcassonne is a tile-based board game in a medieval setting created by Klaus-Jürgen Wrede. This project implements Carcassonne as an open-source platform-independent computer game that supports up to five players at the same time with shared-screen multiplayer mode. It stays true to the original look and gameplay of Carcassonne while making some changes, such as new tiles and minor tweaks to the emblems. It currently contains the complete main game, some features from extensions, as well as some completely new functionalities.

This is my personal project I work on whenever I have time available. Development started in 2016, and since then, this computer game has been an ongoing project...

a screenshot of the game

Latest Release:

The latest release is version 1.4, all release notes can be found here.

Planned Features:

  • Multiple zoom levels
  • Improved meeple icons
  • Key bindings
  • Timed rounds
  • Playing in teams
  • Playing with a hand of tiles
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