‘Swimming with the Fishes’ is a prototype board game in early stages of development. The premise of the game is surrounding a Pirate Ship battle/showdown, where each player will try to be the final Ship still afloat.
The game is played using an armature of ships connected at the center that rotate around the compass/whirlpool simultaneously. Each round of combat occurs simultaneously for each player, meaning events within each round of combat occur at the same time – if two (or more) players die in the same round, they both loose. This game could be played by anyone from a young child to an adult due to its simple mechanics.
- One player will roll a d8 to determine the movement of all payers within the turn. Players will land on Attack or Repair.
- Each player will draw an event card. These cards come into effect immediately.
- Players will…
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