Karuba

C$45.95
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Article code 4010168215518
Finally! After a long boat trip, you have reached the island of Karuba and can go on the hunt for hidden treasures.
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Designer Rüdiger Dorn
Year 2015
Number of Players 2-4 players
Time 30-40 minutes
Ages 8+
Mechanics Grid Movement, Route/Network Building, Simultaneous Action Selection, Tile Placement
Theme

Finally! After a long boat trip, you have reached the island of Karuba and can go on the hunt for hidden treasures. Lead your expedition team along a smart route through the jungle trails, pay attention to the other players, and above all start running in time, because only the first players will secure the most valuable temple treasures!

This is a tile-laying race game with players starting with boards that are identical, and one player drawing tiles that they all will use. They race to get their explorers to temples first and earn points. Along the way they can collect additional points by collecting items off the paths they create. Description from the English Ruleset: Many moons have come and gone since your boats departed on the journey to Karuba. Once you arrive on the island, each player will lead an expedition team of four adventurers. Now you just have to navigate your way through the dense jungle to make it to the temples. Just may be something of an understatement; the ancient jungle trails have to be found and uncovered first! Hurry up and be the first to reach the temples to collect the most valuable treasures. Many paths have dead ends and you need to be patient to find the right/best way (through the jungle). Look! A gold nugget! You can pick it up and collect it, same applies to the shiny crystals along the paths.\

Contents: 4 islands, 64 crystals (worth 1 point), 12 gold nuggets (worth 2 points), 16 temple treasures (each worth 2, 3, 4 or 5 points and in brown, blue, purple and yellow), 16 adventurers (4 each in brown, blue, purple and yellow), 16 temples (4 each in brown, blue, purple and yellow), 144 jungle tiles (36 tiles each numbered from 1 to 35 in red, gray, green and light brown), 1 set of game instructions.