Port Royal

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Rating Summary (78 Total)

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Very clever small game. The design is tight and plays very fast. I love when these small games provide players a lot of meaningful options. The push your luck mechanism is what makes this game really fun.

3/24/2020

Had a first go to explore the game, quite easy to learn and plays fast. Fun part is the push-your-luck factor, as you can draw until you draw a second ship of the same colour and cannot repel it (by lack of swords, or because it is a ship with a skull which cannot be repelled). So it's important to stop in time or your turn is over.

3/18/2020

amazon

1/20/2020

At Work

1/4/2020

Steve Jackson Games Edition.

12/20/2019

Best: 3-4 Time: 20-50 Min Weight: 1.61

10/17/2019

Yarrr! That is all.

6/26/2019

A really solid, single deck card game. I really enjoy that since cards fill multiple roles (currency and gameplay) as you go through the deck the variety of cards shines. As some cards that were used a currency now become available for gameplay and vice versa where cards won't be available a second time around.

6/19/2019

Review/Teardown drafted

3/28/2019

2-5, 45m

1/25/2019

Port Royal puts a small twist on the typical card-drawing press-your-luck genre. Allowing players to purchase cards on opponent's turns offers interesting decisions throughout the game. Drawing more cards, typically yields additional coins from your opponents, but also grants said opponents more options for growth. Additionally, the dual purpose cards, can inadvertently remove specific cards from circulation which lends to decent Expedition variability from game to game.

1/11/2019

(2/17) 6. One of many push your luck card games, but one that seems to have more meat on it than most. A very fun filler plus. (10/17) 6.

12/22/2018