The march of humankind’s progress threatens the survival of many species. It’s up to you and your team to save them!
Work with your fellow conservationists to save tigers and sea otters from extinction. Influence the UN to save the animals and stop environmental destruction. If four UN ambassadors vote yes on the resolution then the players win. But until the vote takes place, players need to keep the destruction at bay, and keep the animals alive!
Each turn players will roll the dice they can allocate to action cards. After actions are taken, mating pairs will have a chance to procreate, and destruction tiles will enter the board, possibly killing already scarce animals.
Play as the Zoologist, Philanthropist, TV Wildlife Host, Lobbyist, or Environmental Lawyer, each with a special ability.
Time is short. Can the animals be saved while also influencing the Ambassadors’ votes? Or will threatened animals be lost forever?
The solo play on this is so very good and because I view this game as a "solo puzzle" (with turns being done completely independently) I honestly do not see playing this with friends. However, I think its a great way to teach children skills like; reading/spacial awareness/advanced planing as well as critical thinking and analysis. So, from that spectrum its a good multiplayer family game.
Received 2021 Math Trade for $25. Enjoyable dice worker placement cooperative game. Great thematic integration. The cooperation really works well and is great educational value for the kids.
Dice placement is such a fun mechanic! I also like the theme of preservation. Some character abilities seem really strong (pay 1 to gain 1 influence) and I like the special cards they have. I would prefer bigger difference between character decks.