Tasty Minstrel Games Harbour Board Game
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- Welcome to gulls bottom! collect and trade resources as you visit various buildings, and cash them in to buy your way into this quaint harbor Town
- A game for 1 to 4 players
- 30-60 minutes play time
- Themes: city building, economic, fantasy, humor
- Fun for the whole family
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Welcome to gulls bottom! collect and trade resources as you visit various buildings, and cash them in to buy your way into this quaint harbor town.
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|Item Dimensions||1.3 x 6 x 4 in||5 x 2 x 7 in||9.06 x 5.91 x 1.5 in||9.5 x 9.5 x 2.5 in||3.9 x 5.9 x 1.5 in||1.38 x 4 x 6 in|
|Item Weight||0.55 lb||0.74 lb||1.1 lbs||2 lbs||0.6 lb||0.55 lb|
Top customer reviews
Firstly, I’d like to commend the game for having such a wide variety of effects and abilities. The buildings themselves each do something unique, making me think each and every turn about what I should be doing to further my goals. The player boards themselves each have unique personalities that give players special abilities, though you can opt to play with the standard characters (on the reverse side) if you want so that everyone is on equal footing.
Admittedly, the market took some getting used to. You see, part of me couldn’t wrap my head around the fact that you HAD to have a minimum number of a good in order to sell it at all and that each good (no matter what it is) is worth 1 cash. It’s simply the demand for the good that changes, which in turn affects how much you HAVE to sell. For example, if the fish market token is on the “5”, then I’d need five fish before I could sell it. I expected an economy to where the prices fluctuated based on demand and a system that would allow a person be able to sell only one or two fish for the price listed, but it doesn’t work that way.
The market is also extremely volatile, changing constantly at the drop of a hat. Luckily there are only four resources so the challenge here it to time your resource gathering of a specific type with when you think it’ll be in high demand. If you see your opponent about to sell stone at “5”, for example, then you know that all the resources behind it will “move up”. As such, it might be a good idea to plan ahead and gather say, livestock, so that you can cash in just as it becomes a high-valued commodity.
“Harbour” is a decent resource management/timing game that is fairly enjoyable once you get used to the odd way the market handles. I think the market fluctuates too much at times, though others may enjoy this chaos and see it as yet another challenge to overcome. Everything else about “Harbour” is of good quality, making it an easy recommend for gamers who enjoy lighter resource management games.
I'd recommend for folks who like the idea of these sorts of games but who don't have a lot of experience with them (might be fun for folks with a lot of experience, too, I just don't know. Great price, great art on the cards, fun game play. Glad I took a chance and bought it.
One major draw to this game, for me, is the size. Harbour in total is 6x4 inches. This enables me to pack it along with Sushi Go and Tiny Epic Galaxies so I have games to play while I am on the road.
You can watch Wil Wheaton play it on YouTube.
The variable market mechanic is very clever and it works great.
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