Kevin über Freitag I recently bought the game after much doubt. Playing a game on your own is always a risk if it will be fun and evermore if it will last.
In the box:
- 22 life points
- 11 age carts
- 18 Robinsoncards
- 30 danger cards
- 10 piratecards
- 3 levelcards
- 3 playingcards
How to play:
each turn you draw two dangercards and choose one. After that you have to fight them with Robinsoncards. This you have to do at three different levels (green, yellow, red). Each level makes it harder to win.
At the start of the game the Robinsoncards are rather weak, as are the dangercards. When you win a battle you get to keep the danger card as a Robinsoncard. The more difficult the dangercard, the stronger the Robinsoncard. You'll notice that some Robinsoncards have special additions. These will help you in your conquest during the game.
While loosing seems like wrong, in this game it can help you get rid of some stupid Robinsoncards.
Great!! I've played it several times now and still it challenges me. When you seem win to easy you can make it more difficult (4 different levels of difficulty). Although I see a strategy in the game that is recurring, still it takes a lot of thinking on wich card will be more important to keep and wich to loose.
When you grow in your game, you evolve in difficultylevel.
I find it a great game and recommend it to who likes to play games a lot. On your own it is ever so challenging and doesn't take to long to play. It's easy to learn and hard to win (sometimes).