Game of the Year 2002 German Games Award 2002: 4th place Swiss Games Award 2002 Children's Games: Place 2
Villa palletizing is a building designed by Bill Payne construction and skill game for two to four players aged eight years, a game lasts between 15 and 30 minutes.
On the ground floor starting this level by level, the villa palletizing constructed by set by the players take turns columns in three different strengths of the player's respective color on the top level - while the planes are all shaped differently, what the clever placement more difficult, with each floor is the structure of fragile. A new layer is placed when the current player thinks he can stop collecting column from the bottom, without bringing the building to collapse. Does an opposing player, it would yet, so he can try it and banish this column removed from the game with success. The game is over when the building collapses or no one can remove a column more. The winner is calculated solely on the standing on the top level columns. Thickness columns include more than thin ( 3, 2 and 1 point).
Released Villa palletizing is in 2001 in Zoch Verlag. It is designed for 2-4 players and is aimed at people aged about 8 years. The game was voted game of the year 2002. There is also a double-sized version of the game, which is then called Palazzo palletizing.