Online play. Robinson Crusoe: Adventures on the cursed island - Strategy. Take on role of one of four characters from the ship crew (cook, carpenter, explorer and soldier) and face the adventure.
Use your determination skills to help your team mates, discuss with them your plan and put it into practice. You will build a shelter, you will build palisade, weapons, you will create tools like axes, knives, sacks, you will do everything you can to… to survive. You will have to find food, fight wild beasts, protect themselves from weather changes… Search for treasures. Discover mysteries. CASTAWAYS QUICK START GUIDE TO ROBINSON CRUSOE - by Cedric Chong. Content 90 Adventure cards 70 Event cards 52 Mystery cards 12 custom dices 6 different scenarios Wooden and plastic cubes Beasts deck Items and Starting items decks and more!
Robinson Crusoe: Adventure on the Cursed Island. Overview (Be afraid…) In this cooperative game of survival, players find themselves stranded on a mysterious island.
They must coordinate their efforts and actions to accomplish the goal of a specific scenario. To do so, players make their way through six different phases to hunt, build items, gather resources, explore the island or simply rest to regain strength and health. Finding food is a necessity. Events on the island will present threats and challenge player morale. Set up (Welcome to the Island) Note: There are 20 steps to the setup of this expansive game. One main set up requirement for Robinson Crusoe is choosing the scenario. Players draw a random character card and take that character’s starting invention card. Gameplay (What could possibly go wrong?) The game objective is quite simple: survive long enough to complete the scenario objective. 1. During the course of the game, Adventure cards may be shuffled into the Event deck. 2. 3. 4. 5. Boardgamegeek. Okay, I've played this fantastic co-op many times over the past week, and I thought I'd offer my thoughts on the scenarios that come with the game, including some strategy.
With the exception of Cannibal Island, I didn't find any of the scenarios "impossible" or even "near impossible" to win (mostly playing 2 player games +Friday) First off, in terms of general strategy which apply to nearly all the scenarios: 1. Send two workers to organize the camp on the first round, so that the first player is getting +2 determination income. Aim to keep it there the whole game; when the morale sags later hopefully there is enough motivation for one or two motivational speeches. 2. 3. 4. Usually the scenario objectives can be delayed while you get these basic elements of your game in order: organized camp for efficient determination income, shelter, roof. Now, for the scenario specifics: CASTAWAYSNot a bad introduction to the game, but the scenario is a little one-dimensional.
JENNY NEEDS HELP! Fantasy Flight Games - Leading publisher of board, card, and roleplaying games. Lord of the Rings. Pages This Blog Linked From Here Links Lord of the Rings NinjaDorg's "Massing at Osgiliath" Review NinjaDorg's "Conflict at the Carrock" "The Hunt For Gollum" The Lord of the Rings: The Living Card Game Solo Lord of the Rings: The Card Game First of the Rings: The Card Game - Two Deck Nightmare Lord of the Rings: NinjaDorg's 6 scenarios in hi res print versions with prologues/epilogues: Courtesy of BGG user GeckoTH all of my scenarios are now available in hi res format and ready for download here: NinjaDorg's The Lord of the RIngs: The Card Game Fanmade Scenario 1, The Old Forest.