Watch The Falling Leaves Cover The Forest Floor in ‘Indian Summer’

Indian summer is a period of unseasonably warm, dry weather that occurs in autumn in the Northern Hemisphere. It’s also a delightfully serene puzzle game.

Indian Summer is a tile-laying puzzle game for 1 to 4 players. Players take turns placing Leaf tiles trying to cover the entire section of the forest floor. Each section of the 6 sections of forest floor has a treasure which players should aim to leave uncovered by using the holes in each Leaf tile.

Once a section of forest floor is completely covered, the player who completed the covering collects the uncovered treasures from that section. Treasures grant new options to cover the forest floor faster. The first player to cover their entire forest floor wins the game!

via Edition Spielwiese

Indian Summer – $59.95 – Available Now

  • 1 – 4 Players
  • 15- 60 Minutes
  • Ages 10+

Each game comes with a coupon for a pumpkin spice latte and Ugg boots.

  • Hagwert

    One of my teachers at school says the phrase Indian Summer comes from when native Americans used to burn the prairies to stimulate new grass growth for the antelope and buffalo herds. Must have been quite a sight for the early European settlers to witness something on that scale.

  • af

    Apropos of nothing:

    “‘Strawberry spring is like Indian summer,’ he said, ‘only much more rare. You get a good Indian summer in this part of the country once every two or three years. A spell of weather like we’ve been having is supposed to come only every eight or ten. It’s a false spring, a lying spring, like Indian summer is a false summer. My own grandmother used to say strawberry spring means the worst norther of the winter is still on the way – and the longer this lasts, the harder the storm.”