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Fleet: Arctic Bounty

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Fleet: Arctic Bounty expands the award-winning card game Fleet with 120+ new cards including:

  • New Premium Licenses, Base Licenses, and Boat Cards with all-new bonuses
  • New Dock cards with more ways to build your Fleet
  • All new Crewman cards and Gone Fishin'
  • Brand new one-player and two-player variant cards and rules
  • An updated rulebook
Fleet Arctic Bounty Contents

Fleet: Arctic Bounty is designed to integrate with Fleet and give players the ability to choose which License and Boat cards to play with in any given game, creating endless possibilities of card and power combinations and replayability. Want to try a game without Processing Vessel and Shrimp? Then take them out and add Pacific Oyster and Swordfish! Players can choose any combination of old and new licenses from Fleet: Arctic Bounty and Fleet to create exciting new gameplay experiences.

Fleet: Arctic Bounty provides modularity, variety, and new strategic paths to victory!

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“Solo Review in 3 courses”

A Review of Fleet solo variant in 3 courses

Appetizer – what attracts you to the game
Designer – Ben Pinchback and Matt Riddle
Artist – Eric J. Carter
Publisher – Eagle Gryphon Games
Theme – Fishing!

Main – gameplay
Mechanisms – For the most part this is an auction game, but there are some other aspects as well. Once you complete the auction for the fish licenses then you can launch boats and hire captains to go fishing.
Unique aspects – For the solo variant you play against two captain bots who buy unique licenses and then launch boats as well (determined by a card turn). They provide a good challenge for sure and I’m still trying to figure out how to beat them.
Good/not so good – The iconography isn’t the best on the cards so until you get used to it there is a decent amount of rule checking. Beyond that it is a quick playing card game with some good decisions. Do you take a license purely so the captain bots don’t get a license or do you try for the license you really want and hope they don’t drive up the cost too much.

Dessert – the best part
I think the best part is that the boat cards you get are boats, captains and money, all at the same time. Multi-use cards are some of my favorite things in games. What aspect of the card brings the most value? Sometimes it is very difficult to decide.

 

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