Happy about the accomplished fact, the Gotham museums, fire stations, churches, schools towers, advice and taverns have been built, which you see on the board. None of them, however, has been thinking that belong to a real city and streets, walls and rivers. In the match game Above and Below you help the citizens of the city Schilda by you build up those connections. At the beginning of the board game you draw a certain number of laying tiles that her lying open before you. From this stock you help yourself throughout the game. Then we put on you obscure one of building cards. As the game progresses you protect the building pictured in front of overbuilding. Each of your objects, which still stands at the end, one plus points. Say why anyone what card you have drawn it, because then build your teammates mercilessly rivers, roads or walls of your buildings and points are gone! In turn puts her your tile on the board and leads the way on. It does not matter if you leveled the works of your teammates, you must just be careful that their rivers, walls shall only flows only along walls and streets only on roads. If you, however, to an outhouse their votes on whether you must not overbuild it or not.
In Above and Below you unsure of your fellow players and assures you victory
For ye are laying the vote respectively obscure one of yes and no cards in front of you from which you get at the beginning of the game. Have done all her turns her around. Preponderance of the votes, you are allowed the cards leave it on the outhouse; No votes are more to see, you must take the plate off plan and your left neighbor's turn. It's best to pays close attention to how your players react. Those who vote no, maybe a building nearby and therefore want you to stay away from there. Maybe your opponent is bluffing but only and does not care whether or not there will be built. Think about but even exactly when you fooling the other, because each voting card you are allowed to be used only once. Under certain circumstances, you must then vote at the end Yes, even though you actually are against the building. The game ends when none of you can create one more card. Who then most preserved buildings from demolition wins.