Tom Vasel takes a look at this new family-style exploration game from HABA! Buy great games at Find more reviews and videos at …

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  • Joseph Flemming 4 months ago

    rules error: when you move two adventurers then can move as far as they like, but in only one direction. if you move only one adventurer, they can move twice, changing directions if they want. the rules book is rather confusing on this, but the purple example box on page 4 has a guy moving two adventurers on one turn, going in a straight line a number of spaces each.

  • Flavio Sousa 4 months ago

    Gorgeous game!

  • Anton B. Ingibjartsson 4 months ago

    how do you confuse C8 with F8? i mean, G makes sense since it looks similar to C, and I makes sense if you accidentally counted backwards, but F? it doesn't look like C and isn't near C. it's in the middle of the board. how'd you make a mistake like that?
    i'm not angry at you or anything, i just thought it was a weird mistake to make 😉

  • Non-Alpha Gamer 4 months ago

    Just happened across this game at Barnes and Noble for $20, so I scooped it up. It DOES look like a good game.

  • Kindlesmith80 4 months ago

    erb? Like ate, airy and inky?

    Bloody ell this English is bad.
    I can't but elp point that out.

  • Douglas Painter 4 months ago

    Can't wait to see a review of King and Princesses! 🤗

  • Jack Draper 4 months ago

    Is there a rule that keeps a player from taking K10 in scenario two? I played with my wife and making that your first move puts every other player at a HUGE disadvantage.

  • Jaundiced Jape 4 months ago

    Looks pretty good, but I don't think I could ever buy a game that has meeples. I'm a commited anti-meepite and I'm not afraid to say it.

  • malletpropstudios 4 months ago

    Just to clarify the rules, when you move an adventurer you can always move it as far as you want in one direction. This includes moving two adventurers on your turn.

    "The confusion in the English rules is caused by this sentence:
    "You may also move only one adventurer one field, or decide not to move at all."
    This is an incorrect translation and should read:
    "You may also move only one adventurer once, or decide not to move at all.""

    For further clarification, see the linked post.

  • Stefan Lopuszanski 4 months ago

    That Return of the Jedi hat… you ready for Star Wars?!

  • Actualol 4 months ago

    In a cave somewhere, there's a fog monster watching this, alone, who is now crying.

  • Steve Gale 4 months ago

    What other games are these designers notable for?

  • Boardgame Knight 4 months ago

    I like fog monsters…

  • Play Cool 4 months ago

    Hi Tom, have you tried Sanssouci? It's a good game by Kiesling with a grid system as well. I know, I know… you have a pile of games to play already! 😀

  • Steve Friedly 4 months ago

    Thanks Tom. Very nice review. Looks like one we need to get. Really like Haba games so seems like a good fit for families.
    Just a quick off topic observation though. Do any board gamers "reduce" randomnesses or is it always "mitigate?"

  • Carl Frodge 4 months ago

    Looks kinda similar to Oregon, which I enjoyed quite a bit.

  • Rick Koeppen 4 months ago

    Can't wait until the English version is released in the U.S.!

  • Aikuchi 4 months ago

    When will the Haba family games be available in the US?

  • Antonio Tang 4 months ago

    That's not C8… 😛

  • KimDahl77 4 months ago

    I count 110 grids 🙂