I have at least 30 games but this is the best game I own. Played it about a dozen times in the month since I’ve had it. Take a route building strategy game (like Ticket to Ride) and marry it with the capitalist cutthroat aspect of Monopoly. Then make it cool and retro for aviation lovers. Each game I’ve played has been very different and I haven’t found one lone strategy that gives you the winning edge each time. I’ve tried different approaches and have had fun experimenting. It’s fun with two players also but less cutthroat since you don’t have to compete for the same routes and relying more on luck. The cards and pieces are beautifully designed, but it does take a while to set up the game before you can play. Your very first game will take a while to learn but by your third game you’ll be comfortable with the game. It’s not made for hardcore gamers but it is harder than your average game. The instructions are very clear and organized but watch some videos before you jump in.
Negatives: Many of the pieces are very small so you don’t want to open it with young kids around. Be very organized with setup and breakdown of the game so you don’t lose anything. One of my jet planes had a broken wing when I took it out of the box for the first time. One small gripe is the use of tiny cardboard coins instead of bills for currency. The coins are harder to handle and take up more space when trying to put pieces away. I had to break sections of the cardboard insert to fit everything back in the box.
Those very minor nuisances aside, this is a game you'll think about all day and look forward to playing.
|商品尺寸||6.35 x 26.67 x 26.67 cm; 1.36 公斤|
|型号 / 款式||PAN AM Strategy Board Game - Prospero Hall|