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Nautilus, Adventure in the Deep


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  • For 2-4 players
  • Takes 1-2 hours to play
  • Family strategy board game
  • Tons of replay value
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  • Product Dimensions: 2.9 x 11.6 x 11.6 inches ; 11.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 3.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0006HCVXG
  • Item model number: MFG3301
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 12 - 16 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #595,869 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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Within the dark cold depths of the sea lies a world that could have risen from the works of Jules Verne. Here beneath the silt and sand of the sea floor resides the resting place of an ancient civilization once the marvel of the world. Swallowed by the sea, it sank to the depths to be remembered in legend. Now, groups of researchers have come together to build a fantastic underwater city, made from the many components sunk on the ocean floor. Scientific stations are created to support the efforts of these brave heroes as they scour the bottom of the sea in ingenious mini-submarines. Their quest? To search for lost treasures, scientific sensations, and of course glory. But, most of all they seek the remains of the lost civilization. Each searcher follows his own passions, seeking his own goals and judging his own success. Can you aggressively explore the depths of the ocean, while efficiently guiding the construction and development of the underwater city? You must balance both goals if you wish to win fame and glory in Nautilus. Players try to recover as many underwater discoveries as possible, and multiplying the value of these discoveries through the construction and activation of the underwater modules that will form the base for an underwater city. Additional victory points are earned by uncovering the ruins of Atlantis and conserving your resources. This family strategy board game is for 2-4 players, ages 12 and up. It takes about 1-2 hours to play.

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MFG3301 Nautilus Adventure in the Deep Board Game by Mayfair Games

Within the dark cold depths of the sea lies a world that could have risen from the works of Jules Verne. Here beneath the silt and sand of the sea floor resides the resting place of an ancient civilization once the marvel of the world. Swallowed by the sea, it sank to the depths to be remembered in legend.

Now, groups of researchers have come together to build a fantastic underwater city, made from the many components sunk on the ocean floor.Their quest? to search for lost treasures, scientific sensations, and of course glory! But, most of all they seek the remains of the lost civilization. Each searcher follows his own passions, seeking his own goals and judging his own success.

Can you aggressively explore the depths of the ocean, while efficiently guiding the construction and development of the underwater city? You must balance both goals if you wish to win fame and glory in Nautilus!

Ages 12+
Players 2-4
Playing Time 60-120 minutes

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By lighten_up_already2 VINE VOICE on May 27, 2012
This huge, beautiful and elaborate game has you incrementally building an undersea base module by module, populating them with researchers, activating them (not exactly the same as populating), and then sending subs out to find treasure and critters down in the deep blue sea. After a mear 90 minutes of reading and re-reading the instructions, I figured out that this was what we were supposed to do. Hint for instruction writing geeks: first start with an overview and then launch into particulars. I could probably figure out the instructions for real SCUBA diving gear faster than how to play this game.

Kudos to the creativity and imagination that went into this game, but the complexity is such that it takes a lot of mental bandwidth just to keep all the rules in mind while playing. That sort of saps the fun batteries if you know what I mean. After playing this game, you may really need to come up for air! And, I think the victory points scoring mechanism is too complicated and just plain weird. That said, if you love the sea and you love hunting for treasure and critters, this may be a great way to waste an afternoon or two, and now that my son and I have learned the game we'll likely play it again.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Baron Von Cool on November 27, 2013
Boring, overly complicated, over-long, and bland, there is little to recommend this game. Even the art is amateur and unexciting. Nautilus tries to be more than it is and ends up being much less, like a fancified little kids' game masquerading as one for adults. The 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea steampunk theme is pasted on and the game could just as easily have been set in deep space or on an Egyptian archaeological dig. The plastic miniatures are tiny but decently sculpted. The board is huge and takes up way too much table space. The money that comes with the game is "Monopoly"-style paper currency and the publisher is so cheap that the bills don't even have different art on the denominations, just the recycled image of the box cover. To add insult to injury, the brand new shrink-wrapped copy my friend bought was missing two researcher figures from two of the colors. I played it once and have no desire to ever waste my time playing it again, nor can I recommend it.
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