Carcassonne Scoreboard




    The Carc is on!

    Carcassonne Scoreboard App is a digital scoreboard for the Game of Carcassonne.

    A quick and easy way to keep score for The Carcassonne Game.

    Application supports Scoring for

    - Basic Carcassonne Game
    - Princess and Dragon Expansion
    - Inns and Cathedrals
    - Abbey and Mayor
    - Traders and Builders
    - King and Scout
    - Cult, Siege and Creativity

    You will also be able to add an arbitrary score, if you play an expansion that is not supported.

    Now Scoreboard support Undo and Redo, so no worries making a mistake. Be sure to use the Log to verify.

    You can now toggle which Expansions you are playing with, cleans up the UI for new users. On first install, Scoreboard defaults to basic game with no expansions, toggle expansion in the Settings Screen.

    Can’t decide who goes first? When starting a New Game, you can now swipe a Gallery to help make that decision. Hope it helps!

    I am dedicated to adding support for more expansions and to make this an essential companion for all Carcassonne Players!

    Carcassonne Scoreboard also supports the different rule revisions that have been published.

    Now you can play with an additional follower! Traditionally you had to forfeit your Meeple to keep track on the Scoreboard. Not anymore!

    Carcassonne is a great game! Support it by buying and playing different Expansions, there are plenty to choose from. All with great fun and new strategic elements.

    Please rate and comment on the App here in the Market and please send me emails with any issues, bugs, feature requests or just to say thanks!

    Carcassonne Board Game Description from Wikipedia:

    Carcassonne is a tile-based German-style board game for two to five players, designed by Klaus-Jürgen Wrede and published in 2000 by Hans im Glück in German and Rio Grande Games in English.[1]

    It received the Spiel des Jahres and the Deutscher Spiele Preis awards in 2001.

    It is named after the medieval fortified town of Carcassonne in southern France, famed for its city walls. The game has spawned many expansions and spin-offs, and several PC and console versions. The game's wooden follower pieces, colloquially called "meeples,"[2] have become a symbol of European board gaming.[3]

    Permissions Used:
    for viewing game rules and app tutorial online. Also for the in App Bazaar, which showcases various expansions available for purchase through Amazon.

    to backup the data base, and preparing for more features!

    I am in no way Affiliated with Rio Grande Games or Hans im Glück the makers and distributor of Carcassonne the Game. I Love the game, felt the need for an app!

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    Users review

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    Users comments for Carcassonne Scoreboard

    Jason Gonzalez

    by Jason Gonzalez

    May 21, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    Makes scoring this game so much easier than using the score board that come with the game. Also great adding expansions.

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Nov 29, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    In Carcassonne, players can score more than 100 points, but the board only goes up to 50. This fixes that problem and makes the math easier. Also, you don't have to sacrifice one guy to the scoreboard. However, I don't think this has all expansions.

    Tomislav Simic

    by Tomislav Simic

    Sep 14, 2016  |  "Good"

    Best set of features but incredibly poor UI/UX. Looks like a child did the dialog and picked the images.

    Francisco M Neto

    by Francisco M Neto

    Aug 12, 2016  |  "Good"

    Works OK, but fails on a few points: 1) Does not count the pig and the pig farm if they're in the same field. 2) MonAstEry, not Monestary.

    Nick Jacques

    by Nick Jacques

    Jun 07, 2016  |  "Poor"

    I wish I could give it a zero star

    Katherine Johnson

    by Katherine Johnson

    Oct 19, 2013  |  "Great"

    Much easier and quicker than using the scoreboard from the game. Would be great if it stored a history of past games so you can see who has won most overall and what the highest scores were.