Tsuro of the Seas
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- High Quality
- Proprietary design
- Exceptional performance
- Takes 20 to 40 minutes to play
- For 2 to 8 players
- Standalone sequel to the classic strategy game Tsuro
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In Tsuro of the Seas you will sail the treacherous waters of the Mystic Seas in an engaging game of adventure and suspense. As the captain of one of the Emperor’s mighty red seal ships, you will navigate the seas by placing Tsuro wake tiles to direct your vessel. Take great caution to avoid your opponents’ ships and those mysteries lurking on the horizon and under the sea. Guide your ship with a steady hand and be the last captain sailing to survive the mystic seas and win. Tsuro of the Seas is an enjoyable experience that will entertain 2 to 8 players ages 8 and above and it plays in 20 to 40 minutes. Set sail at once. You have a mighty quest to fulfill for the Emperor.
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|Item Dimensions||9.75 x 9.75 x 2.5 in||9.62 x 9.62 x 2.12 in||8.6 x 12 x 1.7 in||12 x 12 x 3 in||3.12 x 5.75 x 1 in||7.25 x 2 x 9.5 in|
|Item Weight||—||1.85 lbs||2.3 lbs||2.56 lbs||2.88 ounces||1.28 lbs|
Top customer reviews
Tsuro of the Seas adds a new dimension to the game by adding what are essentially sea monsters. These replace tiles that would have been played otherwise and can move and shift through the course of the game by a dice roll that happens at the start of every turn. Now, in addition to avoiding your opponents and the edge of the board you need to avoid the sea monsters, too. This is a great new feature of the game, it adds a level of excitement that wasnt there before. But, at the same time, it makes things a little more complex. It took us a few minutes to get the hang of the new rules, both in terms of how to start and setup the game but also for how to play. Once we did, it wasn't bad but it did help that we weren't totally new to the game. It wont take you long, but do expect to be a little confused the first time you read through the rules.
Overall a fun game with simple rules (once you get the hang of them) that can be played quickly (less than 15 minutes) and isn't intense to the point that it would exclude the casual gamer (though the serious strategy gamers may be disappointed if they are looking for a game with great strategic depth).
I am biased and wish I could give it 4.5 stars because it still plays well and I like the idea of moving boats, keeping them from falling over the edge of the world. The original you are moving stones for some unknown reason? but the way this game is meant to be played just adds something unnecessary. Maybe I do not like that it adds a great deal more chance; mostly I do not like the longer play time.
I suppose if I were to buy this again I would again struggle with the version I was to buy. The art is very nice, the theme is better, you get more tiles, I just don't care for an added element that you don't really need. I do not like partitioning off the board so I use the extra 15 spaces and it does slow things down by about five to ten minutes per game but it is still a great filler game that can accommodate plenty of people while everyone is still arriving for game night.
This is still a five star game but I paid for a three star modification and just can't let that go for some reason. It was only a few dollars and I'm pretty sure I would do it again!
If you are trying to choose between this, and the original, choose this one. It is two games in one! You can easily play without the dragons if you want. Plus, since the board is bigger, playing without the dragons is more fun. Players can enjoy feeling safe and boating along for a while... and then chaos when everyone starts to converge.
One game I played had a three way tie! It was pretty cool.
Awesome art and great game pieces.