Heartland is a three-dimensional tile-laying game. When placing tiles, players must always choose between scoring immediate "harvest" (victory) points or developing their farms through the barnyard points, which will provide victory points over the longer term. In addition, there is a race to the top of each barnyard point track in order to acquire the most valuable animals for the farm. Players may also "rotate crops" by using their tiles to cover up fields that bring their opponent's points, possibly expanding their own farms in the process.
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