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- Sci-Fi Rocket-Themed Card Game
- Players - 2 To 4
- Head-To-Head Competition And Interaction
- Surprising And Unpredictable Play
- Sci-fi rocket-themed card game for 2 to 4 players
- Head-to-head competition and interaction
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From the Manufacturer
The space race is on. You are battling to build the biggest, baddest rockets possible and send them soaring into space. Each rocket requires metal, fuel, and the expertise needed for liftoff. As you build your rockets, beware of your opponents, who are eager to steal your goods and sabotage your work—you may even have some tricks of your own to thwart their progress. All the while, the launch pad is being constructed—as soon as it’s ready, the rockets that are “go” for launch will blast off into space, leaving all others behind. Do you have what it takes to make your rockets soar before it’s too late?
Top Customer Reviews
It's a fun game with a moderate pace. Some mechanics are a little complex and some cards are a little too rare for my taste, but it's very accessible. The luck of the draw can make or break a player, though you may choose to discard as many cards as you like each turn, so there can be strategy to just dumping your hand and getting a new one next round. I haven't figured out all of these strategic nuances yet, but I'll definitely play it more in hopes of figuring them out.