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Cwali - Sun, Sea & Sand

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  • Shipping Weight: 2.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004BTR8GU
  • Item model number: CWA-SSS01
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 10 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,093,784 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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In SUN, SEA & SAND each player starts a resort on a tourist island. At the start you only have a plot of land. From there, you can build chalets to lodge tourists, attractions to persuade them to stay longer, or signs to help tourists find your resort. You can pick up new tourists at the harbour, or work to book potential tourists in advance. Backpackers you can't pick up or book, but with signage you improve your chances that they find your place. You only have 5 family members to do all the work and each activity costs TIME for one family member, so manage your money and time wisely! It's all in your hands (no luck involved).

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Tactitles VINE VOICE on June 18, 2011
Here's another euro game, recently distributed in an American version. You run a family-owned beach resort. Family members work there, and each one can choose from among four game actions during game rounds. Tourists arrive in boats each round. You can pick them up or book them for future turns to stay at your resort cottages. You can build cottages, build attractions (such as boat rentals, bars, exercise rooms, and outdoor cafes), and build signs for your resort. Each action may cost money, time, or both. Workers who are needed for actions may be unavailable for a few turns, depending on the time required for actions. Worker management and resource management are basic parts of this game. Your goal is to gain the most victory points, which are computed at the end of the game (after 8 rounds, which are referred to as weeks in game time). Victory points are acquired by having tourists at your resort, by the value of attractions that you build, and by the layout of the attractions you build on your game board.

When I opened this game, I first noticed that there are lots and lots of pieces. Some are wooden markers and meeples, and many are cardboard markers. There are also game boards for up to 5 players, and one main game board to track basic actions. And there is a small reference marker, and 16 double-sided cardboard boat markers with tourist illustrations on them. It all looks overwhelming when you open it. The rules, thankfully, are fairly short and pretty easy to understand. The game requires some set-up time, but play runs smoothly and surprisingly quickly once everyone is familiar with it. Care will be needed to handle all the small pieces, but plastic bags are provided with the game and help with storage and organization.
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This is a very interesting game and a lot of fun to play. The parts are of good quality.

This game strategically is *almost* like multi-player solitaire, with just a little bit of competitive strategy.

We're hardcore board-gamers.
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