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Mr. Fibonacci and the Great Art Commission of Pisa
Mr. Fibonacci and the Great Art Commission of Pisa
by (Self-Published) (2021)
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Playing Time
20 minutes to 30 minutes
  • Math
  • Print & Play
  • Designers
  • Frank (Wildcard Six)
  • Mechanisms
  • Paper-and-Pencil
  • Dice Rolling
  • Family
  • Visual Arts: Painting
  • Roll-and-write
  • Player Count: Two Player Only Games
  • Mechanism: Dice Drafting
  • Rating: 0/10 from 0 users


    Pisa 1230. A very demanding client has arrived in the quiet Berlinghiere art workshop: Mr. Fibonacci, the famous mathematician! He wants to make a gift to the Cathedral, a work worthy of being exhibited. An excellent art that is in harmony with the mathematical sciences! Mr. Fibonacci spares no expense and commissions the work to Master Berlingo and Master Bonaventura, but on the condition that the Golden Ratio are sequence of numbers are respected ...

    But the two artists fail to be precise and respect the rules that their client imposes. They work day and night on their canvases, in the hope that Mr. Fibonacci will be satisfied. But every time, because of his perfidious nature, the work is discarded because it is not very precise. A really busy challenge; but Mr. Fibonacci is a severe judge! Who will succeed in the enterprise.

    Mr. Fibonacci and the Great Art Commission of Pisa is a dice drafting, roll and write game, where two artists (players) are competing to complete artwork for the fastidious client. The one catch? The artwork must be in accordance with the golden ratio. Whichever player completes their three paintings first, wins the game.

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