|Game Paradise SKU:||g226005|
|Average Playtime:||2 hours and 0 minutes|
|Suitable Audience:||Family Friendly|
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... no dice rolling in Jet Set and thus no whining later that the dice were not in your favor. In this game you make your own luck through thoughtful planning and money management. When it was near...
...sure that it usurps Jet Set as "my favorite Wattsalpoag game", it's a good run at it. And to pull all of this off with an unusual theme simply earns brownie points with me. ...
... like the routes in Jet Set). Whenever someone purchases the favor of a god, they receive a given number of points (sound familiar?), and receive an additional little perk. To continue the TtR comp...
...any that brought us Jet Set, Last Call, and many others. Their games are strategic and thoughtful. But "Claim It" is a "press your luck" dice game, this simply didn't sound like them. However, as I...
|Spend money to place your airplanes on key airlinks between cities. The first to place an airplane on a link gains cheaper rights, but other players can still use the link for a price. A number of flight cards are on display; a player can claim one after connecting the two cities shown. Longer flights are worth more points, but the short flights are easier and less expensive to achieve, and they bring in just as much income as the long flights. At the end, it's urgent to get your secret Final Flight done, connecting three cities. The winner is the player with the most valuable collection of flights achieved, including bonuses for finishing the Final Flight sooner.|