3 Seeds is a 30-45 minute, 2-5 Player, Light Strategic Card Game. Players use seed cards (Time, Money, & Labor) to complete crops, employ special event cards to gain bonuses, and uncover hidden harvest cards to maximize their points. Remember it isn't just what you sow, its WHERE you sow!


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Our First Game From Outside Designers


Here at Chara Games, we have been thrilled to work with Anthony & Holli Buhr as our first outside design team. Over the last few months, we were able to work together to develop their design from different sides of the Pacific Ocean. The final game plays quickly, involves some really interesting player choices, and always leaves us wanting to play another game! We think the best way to describe 3 Seeds is "Deceptively Simple." Don't let the small box size fool you. The game packs a solid strategic punch while being highly approachable to casual players. We also love the message 3 Seeds carries. We have all been given gifts. It is up to us to use them wisely!

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Gameplay Video 

3 Seeds Gameplay Overview

If you'd like a crash course on how to play 3 Seeds, check out this gameplay overview video!

Posted by 3 Seeds on Wednesday, April 6, 2016

What Reviewers Are Saying About 3 Seeds


"Like I’ve stated earlier, with so many card games sprouting from across the globe, it’s hard to find the needle in the haystack–the game that can peak out across the rest. 3 Seeds introduces some interesting themes and elements to a card game that I haven’t necessarily seen working together before in a card game." - Joseph Nicholas from IndieTableTop - Review


"Child and Parent Geek Approved!" - Father Geek - Review


"I enjoy 3 Seeds. It is a very nice, accessible game. The length feels just right for a game of its weight. There is enough strategy to make players feel like their decisions matter, but not enough that it becomes brain-burning...The strategy is simple, but there is enough of it that it can be enjoyed by players of varying skill levels. Because of its simplicity, 3 Seeds would work well with families." - Stephen Hall from Anti-Monopoly - Review