These reviews were left by users who have played the game. If you'd like to leave a review, you can start by going to the game page.
Looks great, plays...less great. At its heart this is a very simple set-collecting game with multi-use cards. The rulebook is terrible though in the indirect way it presents concepts. More than anything, the game needs a simple player aid that shows what each card symbol does and what each portal symbol does. If it had that, you really wouldn't need much of a rulebook.
I'm torn. On the one hand there are a lot of things to like here. Multi-use cards, great art, clear presentation, and simple enough gameplay to teach to anyone. On the other hand I'm not convinced there's any real depth to the choices because the win condition, closing portals, is entirely determined by flipping stuff from a deck. Luck plays a far bigger role than I had hoped. A player who draws well and/or flips portals at their location that they can already complete will just do better. With more plays I'll know for sure, but I'm not sure I want to put those plays in.