15m - 30m
1 - 2 Players
Dice rolling in a game can be used for many things, randomness being the most obvious. Dice can also be used as counters. The dice themselves can be unique and different sizes, shapes and colors to represent different things.
Play occurs upon a modular board that is composed of multiple pieces, often tiles or cards. In many games, board placement is randomized, leading to different possibilities for strategy and exploration.Some games in this category have multiple boards which are not used simultaneously, preserving table space. Unused boards remain out of play until they are required.
The primary goal of a set collection mechanic is to encourage a player to collect a set of items.
I have only played this one a few times. I really enjoy it, despite it being seemingly more "luck-dependent" than the other Oniverse games. That really isn't a slight against it. I rather enjoy the artwork in this one a lot, as well as the quick gameplay.
Solo mode: Yes Theme: Fantasy Footprint: Small Probably the only oniverse game that I've wished for and it was not available... Ended up finding it, finally, and I like it a lot.
The heroic feats and the darkhouse expansions with the donut sub are when the decisions become agonizing. The first three expansions provide utility and character to your crew members. The challenges are increased, and in the reefs and the mages, the benefits pay off. The mercenaries provides a different way to lose, adding tension to the mid game and creating a first act. The game sets up and plays quickly, all in about 15 minutes. My favourite of the Oniverse.