Tsuro of the Seas

Tsuro of the Seas

Product #CLP119

Regular Price: $39.99

Special Price: $31.99

10 In stock

Manufacturer: Calliope Games

In Tsuro of the Seas you will sail the treacherous waters of the Mystic Seas in an engaging game of adventure and suspense! As the captain of one of the Emperor's mighty Red Seal ships, you will navigate the seas by placing Tsuro wake tiles to direct your vessel. Take great caution to avoid your opponents' ships - and those mysteries lurking on the horizon and under the sea. Guide your ship with a steady hand and be the last captain sailing to survive the mystic seas and win!

Contents:
1 Game Board
56 Wake Tiles
10 Daikaiju Tiles
8 Imperial Japanese Red Seal Ships
2 Dice (1 Gold, 1 Blue)
Rules


Ages: 8+
Players: 2-8
Game Length: 20-40 minutes



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If you like Tsuro, you will love this one
I have both versions, Tsuro and Tsuro of the Seas. Both games are great and it really depends on how your feeling on which one will be pulled out. Tsuro of the Seas has a new element to it that helps push the game along a little faster. I trend to lean towards Tsuro of the Seas, especially after I have played the original as long as I have. You can always count on this company delivering with top notch components.
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Review by Richard on 11/11/2015
Quick, Strategic, and Nervewracking... one of the best!
I bought this game for my wife... it's been great! The dragons add enough randomness that I feel on edge as the game goes on. Plays great all the way up to 8 players.
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Review by Jeremy on 9/23/2015
There be dragons here
Like it's predecessor, Tsuro of the Seas is a relatively light and quick game that's perfect for family night or something different for your gaming group.

In this version, rather than playing the dragons you are seafarers trying to avoid the beasts of the water and each other's ships. It adds a layer of chance and complexity with the dragon tiles. Now you must weave through an ever-changing seascape with the dragons hot on your keels.

Again, the contents are beautiful and sturdy (although the dragon tiles are flat like everything else, not on foam board as shown on a certain youtube channel ), and a good compliment to the original game.

Definitely worth a look, especially if you liked Tsuro but wanted...more.
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Review by GameChicks on 9/4/2015