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Hey That's My Fish


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  • Award-winning board game for 2-4 players
  • Updated with new penguin miniatures
  • Enhanced with new artwork
  • Engaging for casual family or tactical play
  • A bestselling classic
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Your job seems simple: race across a random arrangement of icy fish deposits with a colony of up to four penguins, as you attempt to seize the most fish. But watch out! Competing penguins will try to block you off while the ice floe around you shrinks away. Grab the best fish and outmaneuver your opponents to ensure victory. Whichever player's penguins collect the most fish by the end of the game is the winner!

Hey, That's My Fish! is infinitely replayable. The 60 hexagonal tiles that each display 1-3 fish are used to randomly construct the board, which will have your penguins traveling a differently shaped path every game. As you hone your strategy with every new map, will the icy shapes lead to your demise or will you claim victory?

Hey, That's My Fish! is frenzied fun for any setting, from a light and family-friendly experience to a tense and strategically satisfying face-off. Easy to learn, this exciting board game is accessible for players of any experience level, from casual to competitive gamer.

From the Manufacturer

Hey, That’s My Fish. is an engaging, award-winning board game of strategic fish hunting, in which 2-4 players control determined penguins hungry for their next meal on a bustling Antarctic ice floe. Since Hey, That’s My Fish. was originally published in 2003, it has become widely popular as an engrossing and strategic board game for casual family and tactical play. This definitive edition of the game includes 60 hexagons to create your ice floe with new artwork renditions of fish, 1 rules sheet and 16 newly sculpted, colorful and animated penguin miniatures. Hey, That’s My Fish. is frenzied fun for any setting, from a light and family-friendly experience to a tense and strategically satisfying face-off. Easy to learn, this exciting board game is accessible for players of any experience level, from casual to competitive gamer. Hey, That’s My Fish. is also infinitely replayable, its randomly constructed board of 60 hexagonal tiles will have you honing your strategy with every new map. Can you waddle your way to dinner? Secure the best fishing ground with Hey, That’s My Fish.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 5 x 1 x 5 inches ; 8.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 8.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: 1616611715
  • Item model number: TY05
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 - 15 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #50,773 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (70 customer reviews)
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57 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Eric M. Brandt on December 27, 2011
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This is NOT the full-sized version, but instead the "travel" sized version of a game originally produced by Mayfair games. The original, uses full sized (Catan sized) tiles, and these tiles are less than an inch wide. How does it stack up?

Durability- This goes to the Fantasy Flight games version hands down. In this production the tiles are very thick (albeit small) and printed with vinyl finish. The Mayfair version is printed on the same kind of tiles as Catan, which do not impress me to be honest. They are not as thick as these, and the ink on paper finish is no durable at all.

Quality of Bits- Once again, this goes to Fantasy Flight. The print is on vinyl finish, and the tiles are HEAVY. they are thicker than the full sized game by far. The Penguins however, leave something to be desired. In the Mayfair version, the penguins are hand painted and finished to look like penguins, wearing different colored accessories to signify what team they are on. In this version, the penguins are simply solid colored and stuck in entertaining poses. They get the job done, but are not as pretty as the Mayfair ones. I imagine this is done to keep this version easy on your wallet, and do to the fact that they are small. The quality is where it counts so I supposed we should forgive FF this one.

Gameplay - same as the original... A strategic and clever mix of moving penguins to take as many fish as possible while leaving your opponents buried alive by their mistakes. At my house, there are NO friendly games of Hey That's My Fish. We play for the survival of the species.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Michael J. Anino on February 21, 2012
I'd heard of Hey! That's My Fish for a couple years, but the price always kind of scared me off, so when I found it for $10 I figured I had to get it since it is both very easy to travel with and has penguins(two things that I look for but hardly seem to find in board games).

I am very happy with HTMF because of how easy it is to play, and yet how deep the strategy can be when playing. Do you go for the big fish or will that allow your opponent to trap you out of a larger point value?

Gameplay is very simple. You have a shrinking iceflow made up of little Hexagon tiles. On your turn you move a penguin from the tile it's on to any other tile in a straight line on the board. You can't hop over empty spaces, you can't hop over other penguins. When you land you then take the space you started on as Victory Points for the end of the game. If a penguin is completely isolated and can't be moved any further(standing on a space with no pieces around it) it is removed from play. That's all there really is to know, one short paragraph, with a few extra thrown in for rules clarifications and demonstrations. Really Easy to teach, really easy to learn, very fun to play.

I'd say this is easily one of the best purchases of the past year, it's fast, it's fun and the plastic penguins are fantastic. And the size makes is easy to take anywhere. This is always going with me on trips, it even fits in my jacket pocket, but I have big pockets.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on April 17, 2013
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As players of many Settlers/Carcassonne/Seven Wonders types games it is always nice to have some quick and easy games to explain and to play and HTMF is just that. The only criticism with the travel sized game is that the discs are slightly hard to pick up when you have to remove them but a toothpick or fine knife will do the trick. This is probably more of an in betweener on a games night when you just need a quick refresh between longer games but it is fun and there is definitely some strategy involved which changes depending on your opponents. Fun game.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Jacquelyn L. Larson on March 4, 2013
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Bought this on request from a 7 year old granddaughter. We loved it. Kids need to be able to lay out and pick up the smallish cardboard tiles with dexterity. She had no problem with it but some might get frustrated. I didn't see the strategy of the game and she picked it up immediately and beat me every game. A game is played rather quickly which makes it fun for young and old and nobody gets bored.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mvargus on May 23, 2013
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My family isn't much into games with the exception of rummy and other card games. This means that I usually struggle to get any member of my family to try any of the games I bring with me when we are going to get together.

However, when I described this one my sister was willing to allow her children (8 and 6) to try it. There was a bit of a problem getting my 6 year old niece to understand how things go, and neither of the children did a good job of looking and planning ahead, but both loved the game and immediately wanted to play again.

The game itself is so simple its almost scary. Setup takes only a few minutes and game play is straightforward, with no dice or cards involved. I managed to teach a 6 year old how to play and while the strategy might confuse her, she still had a wonderful time.

This is a great gateway game or one for a quiet afternoon when no one wants to have to think while playing a game. I definitely recommend this one.
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